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Fish Thursday night potjie not to be missed
Cloaked in mystery and guarded with a vigilance befitting a state secret the massive gathering of paddlers that will converge on Cradock for the Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon on 10 and 11 October. Read full article
Khwela quietly focussed on Hansa Fish
Dusi champion Sbonelo Khwela has set his sights on the hugely popular Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon on 10 and 11 October. Read full article
Hartley continues to make history
After winning South Africa's first medal in an Olympic event at the Canoe World Sprint Championships in Moscow in August, kayaker Bridgitte Hartley believes the best is yet to come. Read full article
Most tickets for Rio 2016 to be under $30
Almost half of all tickets for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will be sold for $30 or less in a bid to make the Games "as affordable as possible," the organising committee said on Tuesday. Read full article
Madibaz open Varsity Netball account
The NMMU Madibaz opened their Varsity Netball account with a convincing 45-16 win over the University of Cape Town in the Mother City on Sunday. Read full article
McGregor hungry to finally win Fish K1 title
Hank McGregor has his sights firmly set on winning the Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon K1 title on 10 and 11 October, a title that has somehow managed to elude him. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – Sept 8-14
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Louw eyes Cradock glory at Hansa Fish
Fresh from his victory in the Breede River Canoe Marathon on the weekend, Greg Louw is eyeing glory in his hometown major at the Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon in Cradock on 10 and 11 October. Read full article
Fiba probes Australia for tanking
Basketball's governing body is investigating if Australia deliberately lost a World Cup game to delay a possible matchup with the United States. Read full article
The Week in Pictures - Sept 1-7
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Turkey's late surge stuns Australia
Turkey forward Emir Preldzic made his second of two last-minute 3-pointers only 5 seconds from the finish to stun Australia 65-64 at the Basketball World Cup on Sunday. Read full article
Senegal World Cup dream ends
A Pau Gasol-led Spain showed on Saturday they knew well how to end Senegal’s dream of progressing in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup on their home soil. Read full article
Batum leads France past Croatia
Nicolas Batum on Saturday missed all his six three-pointers attempts, but near the basket the French-Cameroonian was impressive, helping to eliminate Croatia in the Round of 16. Read full article
US and Spain stay on course for showdown
Holders the United States and hosts Spain remained on course to reach the basketball World Cup final after powering into the last eight where they were joined by France and Slovenia on Saturday. Read full article
Eray dispels murmurs of Fish absence
The women’s title race of the Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon received an exciting shake-up upon the confirmation that Michéle Eray will in fact be making the trip out from her new base in Oklahoma City. Read full article
Trust fund set up for netball accident victim
Netball SA have launched a Trust Fund in aid of Monosi Konopi, the player who was left paralysed after a taxi accident. Read full article
The Week in Pictures - August 18-24
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Spain's Gomez wins fourth world title
Spain's Javier Gomez clinched the triathlon world series title after finishing third in the final race of the season in Edmonton, Canada, on Sunday Read full article
SA skipper Austin Smith will be back
While the 32-player South Africa men's senior hockey squad that was named on Saturday, at the conclusion of the men's interprovincial tournament in Durban. Read full article
WP 'B' side Pens rewrite SA hockey history
Western Province Peninsula (Pens) made history when they beat hockey heavyweights Southern Gauteng 2-1 after leading 1-0 at halftime in the final of the men's interprovincial at Queensmead in Durban. Read full article
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