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Samaai philosophical about second spot
Some you win, some you lose. This was the philosophical response of the South African long jumper, Rushwal Samaai, after finishing second at the Diamond League Meeting in Shanghai on Saturday. Read full article
Bolt makes triumphant start to season
World 100- and 200-metre record holder Usain Bolt of Jamaica opened his 2016 season on Saturday with a 100m victory in 10.05 seconds at the Cayman Invitational. Read full article
Gatlin breezes to victory
Justin Gatlin stepped up his preparations for the Rio Olympics with an impressive victory in the 100 metres at the Diamond League in Shanghai on Saturday. Read full article
LIVE BLOG - Africa at the Shanghai Diamond League
Welcome to our live and interactive coverage of the second Diamond League meet of the year taking place in Shanghai, China. Read full article
SA trio set for Shanghai Diamond League
SA's elite stars will look to make another impact in the early stages of the international season, with three athletes included in the start lists for the second leg of the IAAF Diamond League series. Read full article
Kenya seeks urgent talks with Wada
Kenyan officials on Friday scrambled to avoid a possible Olympics ban after being ruled non-compliant by the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada). Read full article
Kenyan president meets top officials
Kenya's president held talks with his top sports officials on Friday after the World Anti-Doping Agency said the East African country did not comply with its anti-drugs code. Read full article
Gatlin looks for mental edge
Controversial sprinter Justin Gatlin will work to sharpen his mental edge at the Shanghai Diamond League on Saturday as he homes in on an Olympic showdown with his great rival Usain Bolt. Read full article
Bolt ready for 2016 debut
Usain Bolt will take the first long strides on his road to Rio in the UK on Saturday when he makes his 2016 track debut with less than three months to go before the Olympics. Read full article
Kenyan athletes slam Wada decision
Kenyan athletes and the country's chief doping investigator have slammed as "too drastic" the World Anti-Doping Agency's decision Thursday to declare the African nation in breach of the global body's code. Read full article
Doping bombshells rock Wada meeting
World sport is facing an unprecedented drug crisis as yet another in a string of doping bombshells dropped at the World Anti-Doping Agency's (Wada) foundation board meeting on Thursday, shocking officials. Read full article
WADA declares Kenya non-compliant
The World Anti-Doping Agency found Kenya to be non-compliant with the Wada Code on Thursday, saying changes needed to be made to legislation recently enacted by the African nation. Read full article
Gatlin praises new talent despite competitive threat
US sprinter Justin Gatlin on Thursday praised the new generation of track competitors, particularly fellow American Trayvon Bromell, as the 34-year-old veteran preps for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Read full article
Van Zyl may not try for second Rio event
Irvette van Zyl will perhaps not try to qualify in the 10 000 metres for the Olympic Games in Rio. Read full article
Van Zyl relishing Shanghai challenge
The Who’s Who of the men’s 400-hurdles will be competing in Shanghai in the second of the Diamond League Meetings, on Saturday. Read full article
Irvette wins for the first time in PE
Irvette van Zyl (Nedbank) did not only win the Spar 10km women’s race in Port Elizabeth yesterday, she also rediscovered the joy of running. Read full article
'Wiser' Gatlin plots Bolt revenge after Japan win
American Justin Gatlin roared to a 100 metres victory in Japan on Sunday, as track and field's pantomime villain kicked off his preparations for this summer's Rio Olympics. Read full article
Thompson clocks sizzling 10.71 in Kingston wind
Thompson clocked a sizzling wind-assisted 10.71 seconds to win the 100 metres at the Jamaica International on Saturday, sending out a warning to her sprint rivals ahead of August's Rio Olympics. Read full article
Powell struggles to find form in winning 200m
Former 100 metre world record holder Asafa Powell flashed across the finish line in 20.45 seconds to win the men's 200m race at the Jamaica International Invitational on Saturday. Read full article
SA elite pull through in poor weather conditions
Athletes battled cold and windy conditions on Saturday in the fight for medals as the two-day SA Open Championships came to a close in Bloemfontein. Read full article
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