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Varsity Athletics adds incentives for first meet
Potchefstroom, 23 March 2015 – Varsity Athletics is back and will kick off with an exciting meet in Potchefstroom on Tuesday night. Read full article
Simbine misses out on breaking 10s
Akani Simbine came very close at the Athletics Gauteng North Championships at Tuks for the second time in eight days to breaking 10 seconds in the 100 metres. Read full article
Shange reaches another milestone
Lebogang Shange proved on Saturday in Dudinska, Slovakia with his victory in the IAAF 20km Race Walking Challenge that once he is in the “zone”, there is no stopping him. Read full article
Rudisha on ‘right track’- coach
Olympic champion and world men 800m record holder David Rudisha is on the “right track” to enjoy another blistering season. Read full article
Kiptoo eyes PB in Rotterdam
Ageless marathoner and Frankfurt champion Mark Kiptoo will be aiming to shatter his personal best when he lines up for the April 12 Rotterdam Marathon in Holland. Read full article
Loss of form costs World Cross champ Korir
World Cross champion Japheth Korir was omitted from Kenya’s men's 12km squad because he did not satisfy the coaches on his ability to defend his title at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships. Read full article
Rudisha, Viljoen win in Melbourne
World record holder David Rudisha was pushed in the home straight by Australia's Jeff Riseley before going on to win the 800 metres event at the IAAF Melbourne World Challenge on Saturday. Read full article
Nel and Simbine qualify for the World Champs
Both Wenda Nel and Akani Simbine qualified for the World Championships in Beijing at the Athletics Gauteng North Championships at Tuks on Friday night. Read full article
Van Zyl qualifies for the World Champs
By winning the 400-hurdles in 49.26s in Sasolburg on Thursday night LJ van Zyl qualified for a second time for the World Championships in Beijing. Read full article
Rudisha calls for tough action on cheats
Olympic champion and world record holder, David Rudisha, has called on stern action to be taken against those engaging in and supplying banned substances to curb doping in Kenya. Read full article
Kipchoge buoyant ahead of London
Reigning Chicago Marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge is buoyant ahead of his maiden London Marathon next month. Read full article
Walk champion Ruzavin banned for doping
Former Russian 20-kilometre walk champion Andrei Ruzavin on Tuesday was banned for 30 months by the Russian Athletics Federation for doping offences. Read full article
Caster ready for comeback
Caster Semenya has been working hard to put a slump in form behind her and in the next few weeks, we’ll get to see if it’s paying off. Read full article
Akani on track to break 10s in the 100m
Akani Simbine proved on Saturday at a league meeting at the University of Pretoria that it is just a matter of time before he breaks through the magical 10 second barrier. Read full article
Shange breaks another SA record
Lebogang Shange broke a South African race walk record for the second time in eight days. Read full article
20km walk record falls again
The men's 20 kilometres race walk world record was broken for the second time in a week on Sunday when Japan's Yusuke Suzuki set a new mark at the Asian Race Walking Championships. Read full article
‘King’ David focused on reclaiming his throne
One of the million dollar questions of the 2015 track and field season is what version of Olympic champion and world record holder in the men's 800m, David Rudisha, will show up this year. Read full article
Mutai gunning for London glory
Former champion Emmanuel Mutai is looking forward to his sixth appearance in the London marathon next month. Read full article
Bolt cruises to win in 400 metres race
Jamaican Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt cruised to victory in his first individual race of the season, clocking 46.37 seconds over 400 metres at the GC Foster Classic in Kingston on Saturday. Read full article
Jepkosgei seeks Beijing redemption
Kenya track running queen, Janeth Jepkosgei, has unfinished business at the forthcoming summer World Championships in Beijing, China as she prepares for a 15th season. Read full article
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