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Athletics

Mamabolo relishes Om die Dam challenge
There is something about the Old Mutual Om die Dam Ultra Marathon that gets Ludwick Mamabolo to run near to his best each time he races. Read full article
Viljoen and Semenya shine in Potch
Caster Semenya and Sunette Viljoen opened their 2017 seasons with convincing victories on Wednesday at the third leg of the ASA Speed Series in Potchefstroom. Read full article
Top meet of Olympic elite awaits Potch
South Africa's Olympic stars are again expected to lighten up Wednesday night, at Kenneth McArthur Athletics Stadium in Potchefstroom. Read full article
Bolt to skip World Relays
Usain Bolt is poised to skip next month's IAAF World Relays in the Bahamas as he prepares to retire from the sport later this year. Read full article
CAS bans Russian doping 'mastermind'
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said on Monday it had issued a life ban against doctor Sergei Portugalov, an alleged mastermind of state-sponsored doping in Russian track and field. Read full article
Leotlela stuns Olympic champ in Bloem
Long jump star Luvo Manyonga, teenage sprinter Gift Leotlela and hurdler Ruan de Vries,stole the show on Wednesday night, delivering spectacular performances at the second leg of the ASA Speed Series. Read full article
Fraser-Pryce announces pregnancy
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce announced on Wednesday that she is pregnant, effectively ruling her out of a bid for a third consecutive 100m world crown at London in August. Read full article
Baumann replaces Fredericks at IOC
Switzerland's Patrick Baumann was appointed head of the IOC commission monitoring candidates for the 2024 Olympic Games on Tuesday, replacing Frankie Fredericks, who stood down earlier in the day. Read full article
Rio stars to lead Speed Series in Bloem
Olympic medallists Wayde van Niekerk and Luvo Manyonga will turn out as the headline acts on Wednesday night, along with sprinter Alyssa Conley, at the second of four legs in the ASA Speed Series. Read full article
CT Marathon awarded gold status
The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon has been awarded IAAF Gold Label Status, organisers announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Fredericks quits as 2024 Games chief
Frankie Fredericks quit on Tuesday as head of the IOC commission monitoring candidates for the 2024 Olympics amid a probe into money he accepted from a sports marketing chief accused of corruption. Read full article
Fredericks replaced on IAAF task force
Former sprinter Frankie Fredericks said on Monday he had stepped down from an IAAF taskforce investigating Russian doping amid a corruption probe. Read full article
Merritt among Olympic stars to win in US
Former Olympic 110m hurdles champion Aries Merritt signaled a return to form after a 2015 kidney transplant by winning the 60m hurdles crown Sunday at the US Indoor Track and Field Championships. Read full article
Muir at the double at Euro indoors
Laura Muir confirmed her outstanding form this season by clinching 3 000m gold on Sunday for a middle-distance double at the European indoor championships in Belgrade. Read full article
Munyai targets another SA junior record
Clarence Munyai (TuksSport High School) is certainly starting to master the art of improving South African junior records. Read full article
Farah happy to be drug-tested 'any time'
Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah says he is happy to be drug-tested "any time, anywhere" and for any of his historical samples to be reanalysed. Read full article
Simbine eyeing a medal at World Champs
Yesterday Akani Simbine proved that he has the ability to become the first South African sprinter to win a medal at a World Championships in the short sprint after running 9.93s in the 100 metres. Read full article
Kynard stretches high jump title run to eight
London Olympic high jump runner-up Erik Kynard captured his eighth consecutive national title Saturday at the US Indoor Track and Field Championships while Gwen Berry and Noah Lyles set world bests. Read full article
Britain's Kilty retains 60 metres title
Britain's Richard Kilty overcame a sluggish start to retain his 60 metres title at the European indoor athletics championships in Belgrade on Saturday. Read full article
SA records tumble on a thrilling day
Clarence Munyai smashed a long-standing national junior record, fellow sprinter Akani Simbine made history on the track in Tshwane and distance runner Melikhaya Frans broke new ground on the road. Read full article
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