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IOC chief predicts spectacular Games
IOC president Thomas Bach said on Tuesday that the Rio de Janeiro Olympics would be "spectacular" and a "great success" despite a political and economic crisis gripping the host nation. Read full article
Games ahead of schedule - Rousseff
Preparations for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro are ahead of schedule despite the economic slump in Brazil, the country's president Dilma Rousseff insisted on Tuesday. Read full article
'Rome not capable of hosting Games'
One of the frontrunners to be Rome's next mayor said on Tuesday the city is far from being able to host the Olympics, two months after the Eternal City was short-listed for the 2024 Games. Read full article
Djokovic, Serena win top Laureus awards
World No 1s Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams completed a clean sweep for tennis as they won the Laureus Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year awards on Monday. Read full article
KZN surprise canoe double victors
The 2016 South African Canoe Polo Championships dished up some enthralling excitement at Shongweni Dam over the weekend as the less-fancied KwaZulu-Natal team were too strong for Gauteng. Read full article
Stings stay top in Netball League
The Western Cape Southern Stings retained their position at the top of the Brutal Fruit Netball Premier League and must now be favourites for the title after two big wins in Round 2 last weekend. Read full article
SA rowers impress at World Cup
South Africa’s top rowers certainly made their presence felt on Sunday in the finals of the World Cup Rowing Regatta in Varese, Italy by winning two gold medals and two bronze medals. Read full article
The Week in Pics - April 11-17
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Stings set for tough weekend test
The log-leading Western Cape Southern Stings head into a tough second weekend of Brutal Fruit Netball Premier League action when they face the Kingdom Stars and Gauteng Jaguars in Pretoria. Read full article
SA Olympic rowers start international campaign
South African rowers will begin their international campaign at the first World Rowing Cup of the 2016 season in Varese on Friday. Read full article
Brazil crisis will not affect Rio games - IOC
The political and economic crisis engulfing Brazil will not affect preparations for Rio de Janeiro's Olympic Games in August as venues are being completed on time, organisers said on Wednesday. Read full article
Competitive netball impresses Van Dyk
The opening weekend of the Brutal Fruit Netball Premier League in Pretoria was as competitive as expected, and nobody was more impressed with this than Gauteng Jaguars coach Jenny van Dyk. Read full article
The Week in Pics - April 4-10
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Shange races to 2nd place in Portugal
Lebogang Shange (HPC) got oh so close to being compared to Nelson Mandela on Saturday whenfinished second in the 20km IAAF Race Walking event in Rio Maior, Portugal. Read full article
Olympic dream alive for Piontek
Zack Piontek (Tuks/HPC) might have achieved his goal of representing South Africa at the OlymGames in Rio when he won a silver medal at the African Championship in Tunis, Tunisia. Read full article
McGregor, Hartley crowned Africa’s best
At a gala dinner in Hillcrest on Sunday, South African paddling icons Hank McGregor and Bridgitte Hartley were named African Canoe Federation’s Men’s and Women’s Paddler of the Year for 2015. Read full article
The Week in Pics - March 28 - April 3
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
The Week in Pics – Mar 21-27
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Cambridge end losing Boat Race streak
Cambridge ended a run of three straight defeats by Oxford with victory in the 162nd edition of the University Boat Race in London on Saturday. Read full article
Man completes 100th Robben Island crossing
Theodore Yach (58) spent 3 hours and 10 minutes on Tuesday morning in 13-14 degree waters to successfully complete his 100th Robben Island Crossing. Read full article
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