Welsh athletics celebrated its centenary by inducting five members into their newly created hall of fame.
The five inductees of Welsh athletics' hall of fame
Dame Tanni Grey Thompson, Colin Jackson, Lynn Davies, Steve Jones and John Disley were all present to celebrate 100 years of Welsh athletics.
The quintet were the first inductees into Welsh athletics' hall of fame.
Ken Harris, 97, was also given a lifetime achievement award by Welsh athletics. Harris is Wales' oldest living champion.
Thompson is recognised as the UK's most successful paralympian while Jackson is regarded as the greatest 110m hurdler of his generation.
Davies won long-jump gold at the 1964 Olympics while Steve Jones is Wales' greatest ever Marathon runner.
Disley was the first ever Welshman to win an Olympic medal in a individual track event taking bronze at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics.