Events: Hammer Throw
Osian fell in love with athletics after his parents took him to watch the 2002 Commonwealths Games in Manchester. He joined Menai T & F club in North Wales as a youngster where he dabbled in most events but particularly enjoyed the hurdles and the hammer throw and he gained his first Welsh vest at the age of 16.
After completing his Masters in Pharmacy degree he moved to Cardiff to begin working with his current coach, Carys Parry. In 2017, he broke the Welsh Record which had stood for over 33 years, becoming the first Welshman to throw over 70 meters.
2014 – 2018
Welsh Record Holder