Forgot Password

 

Register

 

Create your Connect ID

This will allow you to login to all DStv websites & applications




or
Login using
x

Email Reset

 




Loading...
Loading Live Scoring...
*All times CAT (GMT+2)

Cycling | SA Cycling

Nel wins Jock for maiden classic title
JC Nel showed his all-round climbing and sprinting ability to claim his maiden classic victory in the 32nd Bestmed Jock Cycle Classique in the Mpumalanga Lowveld on Saturday. Read full article
Kargo Pro MTB taps into high altitude chamber training
Having been named in the South African team to the MTB World Championships in Hafjell in Norway in September, Kargo Pro MTB rider Rourke Croeser is using controlled sessions training. Read full article
Williams wins at Walkerville
Two-time Momentum 94.7 Mountain Bike Challenge winner Kallen Williams showed himself to be one of South Africa’s rising young talents when he claimed his first ever win at the Bestmed Walkerville. Read full article
Madibaz triumph at student cycling champs
A spirited Bestmed-Shukuma Madibaz cycling team had their rival universities in a spin as they took a convincing win in the team classification at the national student championships on Friday. Read full article
Riders brace for Gauteng’s oldest and coldest race
Entries are streaming in for Gauteng’s oldest – and coldest – off-road race, the Bestmed Walkerville Mountain Bike Classic on July 13. Read full article
World champs success for Cycle Lab
Cycle Lab Supercycling, powered by Toyota club members claimed a total of five medals at the 2014 Rainbow Challenge final. Read full article
Langvad untouchable in PMB
Annika Langvad wrapped up a hat-trick of women’s world titles at the UCI Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday. Read full article
Kulhavy snaps up Marathon Worlds title
Jaroslav Kulhavy added the UCI MTB Marathon World Championships title to his list of international titles when he powered to an emphatic win at a sun soaked Cascades MTB Park on Sunday. Read full article
Women overcome stiff Rainbow Challenge
Frances Barnard produced the ride of the day to claim the 35-39 age category and post the women’s fastest time of the day at the Rainbow Challenge in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday. Read full article
Entry boom for iconic Jock
Organisers of South Africa’s toughest one-day road race are bracing themselves for a last-minute flood of entries, as the July 8 entry deadline for the Bestmed Jock Cycle Classique looms. Read full article
Men's road cyclists to miss CGames
The South Africa men's road team will miss the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next month, Cycling SA said on Thursday. Read full article
Powerful field for MTB Marathon Worlds
A total of 136 men and women from 31 nations and six continents around the world have entered for this weekend’s UCI MTB Marathon World Championships which take place in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday. Read full article
Lill tempers World Champs expectations
Following a win at the MTN National MTB Series that took place in Hilton this weekend Darren Lill has been quick to temper expectations ahead of the 2014 UCI MTB Marathon. Read full article
Madolo to shine for SA, Songo alike
Sipho Madolo has had his dream come true by being included in the South African team to represent the host nation at the UCI MTB Marathon World Championships which take place in Pietermaritzburg this Sunday. Read full article
PMB hosting of Worlds excites Sauser
Christoph Sauser jets into South Africa early this week ahead of the UCI MTB Marathon World Championships in Pietermaritzburg on 29 June, excited to be racing in a country he describes as ‘home away from home’. Read full article
Masterful show from Hill and Louw to claim dusi2c
Team TIB pair of Andrew Hill and Adriaan Louw who inflated their overnight lead by a minute to cross the finish line at Blue Lagoon in Durban Read full article
Meintjes shows class on Verbier, Pardilla consistent again
Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung had both Sergio Pardilla and Louis Meintjes in the mix on the tough final climb with the MTN-Qhubeka riders taking 16th and 19th respectively. Read full article
Hill and Louw sneak into overnight dusi2c lead
Andrew Hill and partner Adriaan Louw edged out his 2013 teammate Tyron Bird and Tim Stark to take the overnight lead into the final day that takes riders from Mfula Store to Blue Lagoon. Read full article
Popular dusi2c prepped to go in 2014
The 2014 BSi Steel dusi2c promises to be even better than last year’s first edition as the race winds its way through the Valley of a Thousand Hills from Camps Drift to Blue Lagoon in Durban. Read full article
Sauser eyes fourth global title
Christoph Sauser of Switzerland has his eye firmly on clinching a fourth global title of his career when he tackles the 2014 UCI MTB Marathon World Championships in Pietermaritzburg on 29 June. Read full article
page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Latest Video Highlights

Sports Talk



Cycling Guest
Eritrean cyclists pedal country onto world stage
When Eritrean cyclist Natnael Berhane crossed the finish line of the Tour of Turkey in May, he made...

Haze's Comment
Armstrong deserves nothing
I don't care about Lance Armstrong anymore and I will not watch the stage-managed Oprah show. He...