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Tragedies and triumphs in 2014
It was a roller coaster year for South African sport, and while there were multiple breakthrough performances to celebrate on the field of play, 2014 will be remembered for the death of some of athletes. Read full article
Dusi top tenners return for K1 charge
Ivan Kruger and Andrew Houston are licking their chops ahead of the mouth-watering clash that next year’s 64th edition of the iconic paddling and running race from Pietermaritzburg to Durban promises to be. Read full article
Waters sets sights on better 2015
South Africa’s top female squash player Siyoli Waters is looking forward to next year and kicking on to a higher level. Read full article
The Year in Pictures: 2014
Welcome to the Year in Pictures - our final wrap of 2014 in images. Read full article
SA netball gets ready for world champs
It's been a busy year for South African netball as the team gears up for the Netball World Championships in Sydney next year. Read full article
McGregor back to settle Drak score
World champ Hank McGregor will be chasing a fourth title when he lines up in next month's N3TC Drak Challenge canoe marathon in Underberg, KwaZulu-Natal. Read full article
Bach welcomes US 2024 Olympics bid
IOC President Thomas Bach welcomed the US' decision to bid for the 2024 Olympics, saying on Wednesday that whichever city is put forward will be a "very strong" contender. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – Dec 8-14
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Germany annex Champions Trophy
Olympic field hockey gold-medallists Germany added the Champions Trophy on Sunday with a 2-0 victory over spirited Pakistan in the final in Bhubaneswar. Read full article
Germany, Pak in Champs Trophy final
Germany and Pakistan have risen from last in the pool stage to meet in the Champions Trophy field hockey final 20 years after their last title showdown. Read full article
Ding first Asian to clinch snooker No 1 spot
China's Ding Junhui on Thursday became the first Asian player to take the world number one snooker ranking after a record-setting season which saw him claim five major titles. Read full article
India, Pakistan to clash in Trophy semis
Arch-rivals India and Pakistan set up a potentially explosive semifinal clash in the Champions Trophy field hockey after recording identical 4-2 wins over fancied opponents on Thursday. Read full article
Birkett takes fresh approach to Dusi
Four-time Dusi Canoe Marathon champion Andy Birkett is taking a different approach to his 2015 build-up campaign. Read full article
African bid for games will get support
An African bid to stage the Olympic Games for the first time will get widespread sympathy in the IOC after its new reforms, Olympic chief Thomas Bach said on Tuesday. Read full article
Eng and Belgium draw to finish top
England and Belgium drew 1-1 at the Champions Trophy on Tuesday, making them the only unbeaten teams into the quarterfinals as hosts India finally came to life to stop the until then perfect Dutch 3-2. Read full article
Belgium looking for the big medals
The number five holds a special significance for the Belgian field hockey team, not as a lucky number but as a precursor to bigger achievements. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – Dec1-7
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Dramatic draw for Belgium, Eng drub Pakistan
A penalty-corner awarded with one second to go enabled Belgium to hold world champion Australia to a dramatic 4-4 draw while England thrashed Pakistan 8-2 in another pool A match of the Champions Trophy. Read full article
Ward stars in England's win over Australia
Samuel Ward struck two goals as England shocked five-time defending champion Australia 3-1 in the opening match of the Champions Trophy on Saturday. Read full article
Rio catching up in race to be ready
Building for the 2016 Rio Olympics is speeding up but the Brazilian organisers still have "no time to lose" to be ready for the Games in just over 600 days, the IOC said on Friday. Read full article
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