Aled Davies threw a world record in the F42 shot put to win gold at the World Para Athletics Championships.Read the full story ›
Wales coach John Kear has named six uncapped players in a provisional 38-man training squad for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.Read the full story ›
Carys Phillips will continue to captain Wales for the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland.Read the full story ›
Mountain Ash golfer Stuart Manley shot 68 in his opening round at The Open.Read the full story ›
Welsh boxer Lee Selby is eyeing up Carl Frampton as his next challenger after retaining his IBF featherweight title on Saturday.
Speaking to ITV Cymru Wales the Barry fighter said he'd be interested in fighting the former world champion towards the end of the year.
Olivia Breen, 21 later this month, won with a personal best of 4.81 metres in the T38 long jump.Read the full story ›
Gareth Bale admits he has no idea if Cristiano Ronaldo will still be a team-mate of his at Real Madrid next season.Read the full story ›
Aled Davies wants to represent Wales in the Commonwealth Games shot put after winning a fifth World Para Athletics Championships title.Read the full story ›
Bridgend's Aled Davies has won gold in the F42 discus at the World Para Athletics Championships in London after throwing a championship record throw of 51.54 metres.
Davies was defending the title he won two years previously in Doha.
The 2012 and 2016 Paralympic gold medalist will now his turn his attend to retaining his F42 shot put title.
Welsh athletes have made a strong start to the games, with Davies adding to the gold won by Hollie Arnold in after her world record throw in the women's F46 javelin on Saturday.
Lee Selby delivered a successful third defence of his IBF featherweight title with a unanimous points win over Jonathan Barros.Read the full story ›