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Prince Harry visits England's Olympic base
With a starter in his hand, Prince Harry said "take your mark" and pressed a button, and a group of local swimmers were off. Read full article
Lee McGregor back for 2014 Berg
Lee McGregor, 62, has had a change of heart and has set his sights on the 2014 Berg River Canoe Marathon from 16 to 19 July. Read full article
Proteas boosted ahead of Games
Following their 3-0 whitewash of Scotland, the Spar Proteas are under no illusions about the difficulties they will face at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, next month. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – June 16-22
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Spar Proteas too prickly with series win
The SPAR Proteas wielded the whitewash brush to good effect as they ran out 46-33 third test winners over Scotland’s Thistles at the Bellville Velodrome, in Cape Town, on Saturday Read full article
SA couple rows into history books
After 133 days at sea, South African rowers Riaan Manser and Vasti Geldenhuys have made history, becoming the first pair to row from Africa to New York City, without any assistance Read full article
Proteas wrap up netball series
There was no stopping South Africa’s gallant Proteas as they wrapped a series win over Scotland’s Thistles with a 41-25 triumph in the second test at the Bellville Velodrome in Cape Town on Friday night. Read full article
King the man to beat at Berg
Having lead for the majority of the 2013 Berg River Canoe Marathon, Lance King is embracing the fact that he will be the man to beat when the 2014 edition of the gruelling four-day race from Paarl to Velddrif. Read full article
Proteas clash at student champs in PE
The majority of the SPAR Proteas netball team will be in action when the players turn out for their respective institutions at the national university championships in Port Elizabeth later this month. Read full article
Aussie great Hammond retires
Australia veteran midfielder Rob Hammond on Friday announced his immediate retirement from international field hockey following the Kookaburras' World Cup triumph. Read full article
Barendse pips Black to win Coastal Challenge
Paddler Clyde Barendse won the ultra-endurance charity "Coastal Challenge" race against runner Steve Black, from Cape Point to Durban that started on May 17. Read full article
Proteas mow down Scots in netball test
South Africa's netball team beat Scotland 56-29 in the first test at the Bellville Velodrome in Cape Town on Thursday evening. Read full article
Sochi organisers post $261m profit
Russian organisers say they posted a provisional surplus of $261 million on the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Read full article
Zondi charges for 2014 Berg top five
Dusi Darling Sbonelo Zondi will be back to contest the Berg River Canoe Marathon from 16-19 July, determined to improve on his ninth place effort at the 2013 edition. Read full article
Aus coach Charlesworth bows out on top
Australia's Ric Charlesworth has decided to step down as head coach of the national men's hockey team after leading them to the World Cup title on Sunday. Read full article
SA Hockey teams for Glasgow announced
The South African men's and women's hockey teams to play in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, starting in July, were announced on Tuesday. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – June 9-15
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Aus crush Dutch to win hockey WC
Drag flick specialist Chris Ciriello scored a hat-trick as defending champion Australia beat the Netherlands 6-1 to take their second consecutive men's field hockey World Cup in the Hague, Netherlands. Read full article
Dutch women win hockey World Cup
The women's World Cup trophy was back in Dutch hands after they extended their record haul of titles to seven by beating Australia 2-0 in the final in the Hague, Netherlands, on Saturday. Read full article
Australia beat Argentina in semifinal
Defending champion Australia have beaten Argentina 5-1 at the field hockey World Cup and will face host nation the Netherlands in the men's final. Read full article
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The end of the pool stage
An 8-2 win over Wales in our final pool game secures our spot in the tournament final. Playing...