New figures show more disabled people are taking up sport in Wales nearly a year after the London Olympics and Paralympics
Football fans across Wales are celebrating one of the nation's most successful seasons in decades.
Newport and Wrexham are in action today as they battle for a place in the Football League.
Swansea City's last game of the season has ended in disappointment with a 0-3 defeat by Fulham on home turf.
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Gethin Jenkins has become only the ninth Welsh rugby player ever to win the Heineken Cup.
His club side, Toulon, came from behind in the all-French final to the lift the trophy. But it meant disappointment for fellow Welshman Lee Byrne as Clermont were beaten 15-16.
Swansea City are currently trailing 0-1 on home turf in their final game of the season.
Alex Kacaniklic scored for Fulham at 22 minutes.
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Bala have qualified for next season's Europa League after winning the Welsh Premier League play-off final.
The match against Port Talbot looked as if it was going to end goalless - but 88 minutes in, the visitors missed a chance before John Irving was ready for the rebound, scoring the winning goal.
It's six months until the world rally championship comes to its climax in Wales - and today the brains and the bosses behind the championship annnounced a lot of changes.
This year - the 1,700 kilometer course starts and finishes in North Wales - and runs over routes some of which were last used in the Wales Rally GB fifty years ago, as Rob Shelley reports.
Wales Rally GB are launching this year's event which takes place in north Wales this November. The new route starts in Conwy and finishes in Llandudno, with the headquarters moving out of Cardiff to Deeside.
Wales Rally GB will be officially launched at its new home in North Wales later. Organisers announced last month that rally, which has been based in South Wales since 2000, was making the move north.
The rally takes place between 14th and 17th November and the new route will be announced at today's launch in Llandudno.
Wales have suffered a third injury setback ahead of their tour to Japan next month with Ken Owens ruled out through injury.
Hooker Owens has followed his Scarlets colleagues - fly-half Rhys Priestland (Achilles) and centre Scott Williams (shoulder) - in being ruled out of the two-Test trip.
He took a blow to his neck during the Scarlets' RaboDirect PRO12 play-off defeat against Ulster in Belfast last Friday, which affected a nerve in his arm.
Uncapped Newport Gwent Dragons hooker Sam Parry was called into the Wales training squad earlier this week.
Tour head coach Robin McBryde is due to announce his final 27-man tour party next Tuesday.
Wales and Lions Captain Sam Warburton says he's hoping Wales' model of success can help the lions to a first series win in 24 years.
There was a distinctly Welsh feel as all but one of the 15 strong Welsh contingent were preparing just outside Cardiff this afternoon.
Warburton believes that, and Warren Gatlands approach, will make all the difference down under.