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Birkett crushes Dusi stage one record
The opening stage of the Dusi Canoe Marathon was a frenetic one as records aplenty tumbled at the hands of a fierce contest at the front of the men’s field which ultimately saw four-time winner Andy Birkett. Read full article
Sharks fever bites Dusi paddlers
In a repeat move that will bring a smile to weary Dusi Canoe Marathon paddlers faces as they cross the line at Blue Lagoon on Saturday, the Cell C Sharks will once again supply tickets to participants. Read full article
KZN's DSR returns to Dusi party
The Dusi Canoe Marathon fever that grips KwaZulu-Natal around this time of year is palpable and once again the province’s Department of Sport and Recreation has thrown its weight behind the race. Read full article
Russian athletics chief resigns
Russian Athletics Federation chief Valentin Balakhnichev confirmed his resignation from the post on Tuesday following a string of doping scandals. Read full article
EADP celebrates exceptional results from first year
The ground-breaking Elite Athlete Development Programme partnership between the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sport and Recreation celebrated “better than expected results. Read full article
Dusi’s ‘Wally Hayward’ back for No 36
One of the real “Iron Men” of the Dusi Canoe Marathon will be back on the start line on Thursday morning, ready to tackle his 36th Dusi. Read full article
The Week in Pics - Feb 9-15
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Adie opts for social Dusi with dad
The race for the women’s 2015 Dusi Canoe Marathon title underwent a total make-over when pre-race favourite Abby Adie confirmed she will not be competing for the overall spoils at this year’s contest. Read full article
Drought sets tone for old-school Dusi
The big field of paddlers that has entered the 2015 Dusi Canoe Marathon is sizing up the prospect of a race harking back to the tough pioneering days. Read full article
The Week in Pics - Feb 2-8
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Hudson, Jim claim best result of Olympic campaign
The SA men’s 470 sailing team of Asenathi Jim and Roger Hudson just returned to South Africa after having produced a breakthrough performance at the second ISAF World Cup of the year in Miami. Read full article
McGregor notches up yet another SA title
Typical Highveld thunderstorms late last week provided the Klip River with a healthy boost ahead of the weekend’s Two Day Klip River Canoe Marathon, which doubled as the 2015 SA K1 Championships. Read full article
Dusi contenders come to the fore
Sbonelo Khwela bagged two important wins in key Dusi seeding races on the weekend to show that he has shrugged off a week of setbacks and proved that his dreams of a Dusi K1 title this year are well on track. Read full article
The Week in Pics - Jan 26 - Feb 1
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Belgium come back to tie the series
It was the strangest of test matches, the Investec SA women’s hockey team looking like champions in the opening 20 minutes to lead 2-0 before Belgium came back to dominate the rest of this fourth encounter. Read full article
Out of the Blue return for 30th Dusi
A K2 entry stands out ahead of this year's K1 clash as South African paddler Neil Blue, now based in Australia, sets out to achieve a milestone at this year's Dr Ian Player Memorial event. Read full article
The Week in Pics - Jan 19-25
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Birkett, Adie defend their Drak titles
In a rare paddling double Andy Birkett and Abby Adie successfully defended their titles at the N3TC Drak Challenge on the tough 38km second stage from Swartberg bridge to Early Mists Farm on Sunday. Read full article
Drak titles Birkett and Adie’s to lose
A powerful opening stage of the 2015 N3TC Drak Challenge in Underberg on Saturday by Andy Birkett and Abby Adie sees the two head into Sunday’s second stage in full command of this year’s race. Read full article
Khwela down but far from out of Dusi
Sbonelo Khwela has been struck down by an untimely injury with less than a month to go before the starter’s canon gets the iconic Pietermaritzburg to Durban paddling race under way on Thursday 19 February. Read full article
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