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Code of Conduct

The general committee of the club has issued a Code of Conduct that applies to all members as well as to parents of members.

The club has traditionally been a harmonious organisation with all those involved respecting and supporting each other and contributing to the furtherance of the high standing and quality of Cardiff AAC and its athletes. This is the ethos of a voluntary organisation and the vast majority of members and friends understand and demonstrate this spirit.

03 May 2016
WJL April 16

Although thankfully the rain stayed away for most of the day, it was cold with a sharp wind for the first round of the Welsh Under 15 League in Cardiff last Saturday, 30th April.

With the lead changing during the day, Cardiff eventually settled for second place a mere 34 points behind Cardiff Archers; the same result as in the first round last year before Cardiff went on to win the overall title. 

03 May 2016
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Numerous Cardiff AAC athletes were representing their universities at the BUCS championships in Bedford from 30 April to 3 May.

Getting his outdoor season off to a good start, with two clockings under 14 seconds, David Omoregie took the gold medal in the final of the 110m hurdles in 13.74.

Bronze medallist in the hammer throw, Jac Palmer was close to his personal best with 62.66m and will surely take Matthew Richards' club record of 64.17m this year.


Cardiff's upper age group UK Youth Development League team set off at 6am yesterday for the long trip to Plymouth and produced a steady opening performance, finishing in fourth place behind three composite teams.

The early matches in this league are traditionally beset with availability problems and this year was no exception. Revision for exams and injuries are typical issues but this match also suffered from a clash with the BUCS championships in Bedford and a BMC meeting being held in Millfield on Monday.


Club Colours

The official club clours, which should be worn whenever competing in the name of the club, are a blue competition vest (with red and white side panels) and red shorts. Black shorts may be worn if red shorts are not available.
To allow for those who have only black shorts, the club requests that, as these need to be replaced, they are replaced by red ones.
Red shorts are now in stock with Enfys Hawthorn.
Thank you.

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Club members have won an astonishing total of 133 medals at major imternational championships including the Olympic Games.

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