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Tuks dominate Varsity Athletics in Potch
UP-Tuks’ men were unstoppable on the track as they romped to five first place finishes in seven races in the third edition of the Varsity Athletics competition in Potchefstroom. Read full article
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
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
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
Shange breaks one of SA’s oldest records
By breaking one of South Africa’s oldest athletic records at an Athletics Gauteng Meeting at Tuks on Saturday, Lebogang Shange proved that he is a man of his word. Read full article
Nel, LJ starts season on a winning note
Wenda Nel, African and South African 400-hurdles champion, surprised herself on Friday night by winning the 400m in a time of 52.83s at a league meeting at the University of Pretoria. Read full article
A ‘leaner’ Cremona aims for top-five finish at Worlds
“A deal is never done until the money’s in the bank.” At last year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Orazio Cremona learned the truth of this saying the hard way. Read full article
Simbine set on breaking 10sec barrier
In his pursuit to bark with the big dogs of international sprinting, South African sprint sensation Akani Simbine is determined to dip below 10-seconds in the 100 metre dash. Read full article
Mokoena highlights stellar year
South African horizontal-jumps king Khotso Mokoena confirmed his status as one of the country's greatest athletes in 2014. Read full article
‘Lack of new talent in Olympic sports’
The lack of future talent in South African Olympic sports was a worrying trend, SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) president Gideon Sam said on Tuesday. Read full article
SA icon Mulaudzi laid to rest
Former world champion and Olympic silver medallist Mbulaeni Mulaudzi was laid to rest at his home village of Muduluni in Limpopo on Saturday. Read full article
Sepeng honours friend Mulaudzi
Recounting the 2004 Athens Olympic Games 800m final, Hezekiel Sepeng on Thursday paid tribute to former world champion Mbulaeni Mulaudzi. Read full article
Buses available for Mulaudzi's funeral
Ten buses have been made available for sports fans in Gauteng who want to attend Mbulaeni Mulaudzi's funeral in Limpopo, Athletics SA (ASA) said on Thursday. Read full article
Tributes pour in for Mulaudzi
South Africa was robbed of a sporting icon on Friday, October 24, 2014, when Mbulaeni Mulaudzi died. Read full article
Bach hails 'true Olympian' Mulaudzi
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach said Saturday that South African former world 800-metre champion Mbulaeni Mulaudzi, who died in a car crash on Friday, was a "true Olympian". Read full article
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