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Nadal, Farah defend medical records
Rafael Nadal and British Olympic great Mo Farah said they have nothing to hide after their medical records were the latest to be leaked by a cyber-hacking group on Monday. Read full article
Pukke thrash VUT in record-breaking fashion
A record-setting performance by the Pukke netball team saw them thrash VUT 93-14 at the Coetzenburg Indoor Centre on Monday afternoon. Read full article
Invincible Tuks cruise past UJ
The Tuks netball team kept their unbeaten streak alive when they beat UJ 66-42 at the Coetzenburg Indoor centre on Monday afternoon. Read full article
Gladiators and Elephants leave it late
The Gladiators and the Every Sun Addo Elephants left it late but both still snuck into the semifinals of the Premier Hockey League at the Randburg Astro on a weekend of amazing results. Read full article
Schoeman wins; Alistair props up Jonny
Britain's Alistair Brownlee came to the aid of his exhausted brother Jonny to help him across the line in a dramatic finish to the ITU Triathlon World Series in San Miguel de Cozumel, Mexico. Read full article
The Week in Pics – Sept 12-18
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Elephants sneak into PHL semifinals
The Every Sun Addo Elephants finally surfaced in the last weekend of league play in the Premier Hockey League, securing two dramatic victories to sneak into the semifinals at the Randburg Astro. Read full article
Seventh world title for SA's McGregor
Hank McGregor bagged a seventh world title when he mastered a powerful field and tough weather conditions to win the Men's K1 crown at the ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships. Read full article
Cavemen shocked in PHL surprise
The Mambas, who had struggled to just one win in their four previous games, were a side transformed as they swarmed all over the Cavemen and were full value for their win. Read full article
UK body hits out over new leaks
The head of UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) condemned the latest leak of British athletes' medical records on Friday by computer hackers who have targeted the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada). Read full article
'Wada leaks raise a lot of questions'
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) records leaked by hackers raised a lot of questions with healthy athletes seemingly taking banned substances. Read full article
Smith bulking up for 2020 Games
Olympic rower John Smith has never been shy to take on big challenges therefore he has decided to move up a weight category as part of his preparation for the 2020 Games in the Tokyo. Read full article
Teams eager to hoover up points in PHL
The Premier Hockey League enters its final two days of league action this weekend at the Randburg Astro, with teams desperate to hoover up as many points as possible to ensure their place in the semifinals. Read full article
Froome has 'no issue' with TUEs leak
Triple Tour de France champion Chris Froome says he has "no issue" with his private medical records being leaked in a cyber-attack by Russian hackers on the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada). Read full article
Hackers release more data on athletes
The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) said on Wednesday that another batch of athlete data has been leaked by the same Russian cyber espionage group that published confidential data earlier this week. Read full article
Medal flurry ends SA’s Masters charge
The South African team can hold their heads high following another successful day at the ICF Canoe Marathon Masters World Cup in Brandenburg, Germany, on Wednesday. Read full article
Five medals for Team SA in Germany
The 2016 ICF Canoe Marathon Masters World Cup started in Brandenburg, Germany, on Tuesday and Team South Africa got off to a flying start registering four medals in the morning session. Read full article
IOC sanctions Russian Olympians
The International Olympic Committee on Tuesday sanctioned four Russian Olympians who competed at the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London games for failing drug tests. Read full article
UCT lose to a strong Tuks netball side
The UCT netball team will be disappointed as they fly home to Cape Town, having been unable to earn any points from their weekend in PE after their 60-29 loss to Madibaz on Sunday. Read full article
Bunters are a young side with attitude
The Bunters are a young side full of exciting talent, but one thing that cannot be coached is attitude, and they have shown they have that in spades over the first two rounds of the PHL at the Randburg Astro. Read full article
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