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By Steffan Garrero Sport Wales reporter
Swansea City
Swansea City celebrate their league cup success

After a hugely successful weekend for Welsh sport Dot and the team will be reflecting on Swansea City winning the League cup, Wrexham making the final of the FA trophy and Becky James and Elinor Barker winning World track cycling titles. As well as the current successes we look at what's ahead in 2013 for Cardiff City.

Our business correspondent Nick Servini has been in Malaysia for the past week with Cardiff's owner Vincent Tan. Nick has been given exclusive all-areas access to Tan's business empire and has been talking to him about his plans for the club as they sit on the brink of promotion to the Premier League.

The prospect of a South Wales derby in the top flight next season is just one exciting twist on the horizon; the involvement of Swansea City in the Europa league is another.

Ian Hunt catches up with Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins after his club's demolition of Bradford at Wembley on Sunday evening - can their upwards curve continue as they face European opposition? And will they keep hold of sought after manager Michael Laudrup next season?

And while the next football season may feel a long way off at the moment, preparations for the next Olympics are already gathering steam. This season on Sport Wales we've featured the upcoming cycling talents Elinor Barker and Becky James as two to look out for in Rio 2016 and last weekend in Minsk they both became World Champions.

Barker was part of the pursuit team who won gold while James returned to Wales with two golds and two bronzes - a haul which would have seen her 4th on the medal table on her own. Gareth Rees Owen has been chatting to the Golden Girls as they brought their rainbow jerseys back to Wales.

Wrexham football club were the odd one out of the top 4 Welsh sides until this weekend - while Swansea, Cardiff and Newport County had all made it to a Wembley final the fans of Wrexham have had to wait almost 150 years for their chance.

They'll be in the FA Trophy final this year and we'll look back at their two-legged semi-final win.

Watch Sport Wales this Thursday on BBC Two Wales at 19:00 GMT