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Athletics | SA Track & Field

Van Zyls add to married couples at Games
If the South African champions, LJ and Irvette van Zyl, are both selected to compete in Rio they will in all likelihood be only the third married couple ever to represent South Africa at the same Olympic Games. Read full article
Leotlela wins two races in Spain
In a ‘blitzkrieg’ of 30 minutes Gift Leotlela (TuksSport High School) won the 100m as well as the 200m in Palafrugell, Spain on Saturday. Read full article
Mokoka sets season's best in Eugene
Stephen Mokoka took 17th place in the Men's 10 000m race on Friday at the Prefontaine Classic Track and Field Meeting in Eugene, Oregon, which formed the fourth leg of the IAAF Diamond League series. Read full article
Horn wins 100m in Austria
Carina Horn (Tuks/HPC) improved her season’s best time last night when she won the 100 metres in 11.18s at the Liese Prokop Memorial in St. Pölten, Austria. Read full article
Alkana, Hamman triumphant in Dakar
Hurdlers Antonio Alkana and Le Roux Hamman were the star performers among a large group of SA athletes who competed at the IAAF World Challenge meeting in Dakar, Senegal on Wednesday night. Read full article
Sascoc announces initial Olympic squad
Olympic governing body Sascoc on Wednesday announced the first names of Team South Africa to participate at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Read full article
Semenya, Samaai, Gelant shine on world stage
Caster Semenya rolled back the clock as she sprinted to an 800m Diamond League win in Rabat, Morocco in a staggering 1:56.64 – her third world leading time in the event this year. Read full article
Van Zyl on song in Ostrava
“Long overdue" is how LJ van Zyl (Tuks/HPC) described his victory last night in the 400m hurdles at the Ostrava Golden Spike Meeting. Read full article
Manyonga to start international campaing in Rome
Luvo Manyonga (Tuks) will start his international campaign in Rome on June 2. Read full article
Van Zyl, Nel racing at happy 'hunting grounds'
South Africa’s two 400-hurdles champions, LJ van Zyl and Wenda Nel, will both return to ‘happy hunting grounds’ over the weekend. Read full article
Horn starts quest to go faster than 11s in Rabat
Can Horn break 11 seconds over the 100 metres? This question will hopefully be answered before the end of the year. The fact that Horn is currently one of SA’s most improved sprinters cannot be argued. Read full article
Munyai to race in Manchester
On Friday, at the Great City Games in Manchester, Clarence Munayi (TuksSport High School), will live his dream when he will race against Trayon Bromell (USA) over 150 metres. Read full article
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
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
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
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
Van Niekerk, Hanekom shine in Bloem
Sprinter Wayde van Niekerk and hurdles prospect Lindsay Hanekom were the star performers on Friday, setting world-class times on the opening day of the ASA Open Championships in Bloemfontein. Read full article
Wayde's final home race of the season
All eyes will be on 400m world champion Wayde van Niekerk this weekend as he makes his final appearance of the season in front of his home crowd. Read full article
Hanekom wants to get rid of '007-tag'
Lindsay Hanekom, the current South African Students 400-hurdles champion, can boast that for the moment he has something in common with James Bond. Read full article
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