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The Week in Pics - June 20-26
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Wada suspends Rio lab
The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) said Friday it has suspended the accreditation of its Brazilian doping control laboratory in Rio de Janeiro, just six weeks before the city hosts the Olympics. Read full article
'LeBron James to skip Rio Olympics'
LeBron James, who led the Cleveland Cavaliers to the greatest-ever NBA Finals comeback to dethrone the Golden State Warriors, has reportedly told USA Basketball he will not play at the Rio Olympics. Read full article
Girl finds medal stolen from Atlanta
A 1992 Olympic gold medal stolen from champion canoeist Joe Jacobi's car earlier this month in Atlanta was found by a 6-year-old girl and returned to him, he said on Monday. Read full article
First two ticket booths open in Rio
The first two physical Olympic ticket booths opened in Rio de Janeiro on Monday, the Rio Games organising committee said. Read full article
The Week in Pics - June 13-19
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Proteas achieve whitewash over Wales
The Proteas and Baby Proteas both achieved a whitewash over Wales in the SPAR Challenge International Netball Series at the Durban International Convention Centre. Read full article
Proteas clinch netball series against Wales
South Africa clinched the SPAR Challenge international netball series by beating Wales 64-45 in the second test at the Durban International Convention Centre on Saturday afternoon. Read full article
Easy win for SA in netball challenge
The Proteas scored a comfortable 63-43 victory over Wales in the opening match in the three-test Spar International Netball Challenge at the Durban International Convention Centre on Friday night. Read full article
Tallent's long walk for gold reaches final destination
For an athlete accustomed to pounding 50 kilometre routes, Jarred Tallent has travelled a longer than necessary road to secure the London Olympics gold medal that was denied him for nearly four years. Read full article
Burger cleared to take to court
Following a collision with team mate Zanele Vimbela during training on the Monday,May 30, Spar Protea netball star centre court player Erin Burger found herself concussed. Read full article
Welsh netballers delighted to be in Dbn
Despite it taking the Wales netball team 56 hours to get from London to Durban, on arrival at King Shaka International Airport the Welsh players were upbeat and excited to be in South Africa. Read full article
The Week in Pics - June 6-12
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
McGregor masters wind to claim SA title
Hank McGregor mastered the treacherous windy conditions at Zandvlei to win the Prescient SA Marathon Championships on Saturday, setting him up for a bid at winning another world title in Germany in September. Read full article
Shearer, Cook head Queen's sporting honours
England sporting captains past and present, Alan Shearer and Alastair Cook, head the sports stars to receive honours in Queen Elizabeth II's birthday honours list. Read full article
Paarl’s paddling Pietersen pursues Berg personal best
Jermaine Pietersen is aiming to achieve a maiden top ten finish at this year’s Berg River Canoe Marathon when he tackles the four day challenge from Paarl to Velddrif from 13 to 16 July Read full article
Ronaldo the world's richest athlete
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi topped the Forbes magazine list of the world's highest-paid athletes on Wednesday in the wake of boxer Floyd Mayweather's retirement and back surgery for golfer Tiger Woods. Read full article
Rutherford freezes sperm amid Zika fears
The Zika virus outbreak in Brazil has led Britain's Greg Rutherford to have his sperm frozen before heading out to defend his long jump title at the Rio Olympics. Read full article
New research finds low risk of Zika
New research attempting to calculate the risk of the Zika virus at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro may reassure organisers and many of the more than 500 000 athletes and fans expected to travel. Read full article
Brazil police raid Olympics site
Brazilian federal police on Tuesday raided the offices of a consortium responsible for construction at a site that will host 11 sports during August's Olympics Games, as part of a anti-corruption investigation. Read full article
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