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Olympics | South Africa

Swimming, rowing the highlights for Sam
Sadness and happiness. That is what Gideon Sam, president of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc), felt on the very last day of the Olympic Games. Read full article
More depth in athletics needed
Hezekiel Sepeng knows what it takes to be a winner, but his role this time around as the manager of the South African athletics team has been completely different. Read full article
Prinsloo positive about open water future
Troyden Prinsloo braved tough conditions to finish in 12th place at the marathon swim on Friday. Read full article
Roux drops out of open water race
It was all just too much and too fast for 19-year-old open water swimmer Jessica Roux. Competing in the 10-kilometre open water swim on Thursday, Roux dropped out of the race on the fourth of six laps. Read full article
Nhlapo wants to show true potential
Courage and determination is what Sifiso Nhlapo, BMX Olympian, is all about. Read full article
Smith playing for pride
Austin Smith, captain of the South African men's hockey team was a very disappointed man after his team lost 6-3 against Argentina in their last pool match. Read full article
Semenya, Coertzen to start campaigns
Caster Semenya and Willem Coertzen will start their Olympic campaigns on Wednesday, while Lehann Fourie and Anaso Jobodwana will strive to make the finals of their respective events. Read full article
Joy for Chamberlain as SA win at last
The South African women's hockey team recorded an emphatic 7-0 victory over the US in their final preliminary match at the London Olympics on Monday to ensure that they don't finish at the bottom of their pool. Read full article
Pistorius bows out in semifinals
Oscar Pistorius failed in his bid to reach the Olympic 400 metres final on Sunday when the South African double-amputee finished last in his semi. Read full article
SA archer comes out as gay role model
South African archer Karen Hultzer hopes coming out as a lesbian at the London Olympics will help people struggling with their sexuality and add to the fight against homophobia in sport. Read full article
SA swim coach smiling all the way
Graham Hill is a very proud national coach. Read full article
Athletics trio in action on day one
Cornel Fredericks, LJ van Zyl and Khotso Mokoena will compete in their respective events on Friday when the athletics leg of the Olympic Games gets under way. Read full article
Smile back on Prinsloo's face
Karin Prinsloo, South Africa's leggy blonde swimmer, could smile again on Thursday in between the tears as she made the semifinals of the 200m backstroke. Read full article
Chad and his dad steal hearts in London
The South African swimmers are making waves at the London Olympics - the first big wave came from Cameron van der Burgh who had SA expectations on his well-trained shoulders and didn't disappoint. Read full article
Van Biljon eases own doubts
Suzaan van Biljon was wondering if she should really compete at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Read full article
Le Clos upsets Phelps in 200m butterfly
Swimming sensation Chad le Clos pushed South Africa six places up the medals table, to 10th position, as he bagged the country's second gold medal of the London Olympic Games on Tuesday evening. Read full article
Ryk answers your questions
Olympic swimming gold medallist Ryk Neethling, currently on SuperSport's screens bringing you the inside track from London, took some time out to answer the questions you posed to him last week. Read full article
Louw living up to his motto
Gideon Louw's favourite motto is 'trust in your own abilities' and he did just that in the morning heats of the 100m freestyle event at the London Olympic Games. Read full article
Chad hoping to emulate Cameron
Chad le Clos hopes he can follow in the footsteps of his teammate Cameron van der Burgh and win a medal for South Africa in his favourite event, the 200m butterfly. Read full article
Van der Burgh ends SA men's gold drought
South African Cameron Van der Burgh, struggling to contain his emotions, shook his finger in disbelief at the screen above the pool as it flashed his 100 metres breaststroke world record. Read full article
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