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Athletics

De Grasse wins 200m to book finals spot
Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse claimed the victory he needed in the 200 metres to book a place in the end-of-season IAAF Diamond League finals Read full article
SA finish top of world U18 medal table
South Africa completed a clean sweep in the boys sprints to top the medals table for the first time at the World Under-18 Athletics Championships Read full article
Team SA top of table at U18 champs
The national youth team produced one of South Africa's best ever days at a major international championship on Saturday. Read full article
Poole soars to new heights at world U18 champs
South African high jumper Breyton Poole set an under-18 leading 2.24m to win gold on the penultimate day of the IAAF Under-18 World Athletics Championships on Saturday. Read full article
Blake plays down groin injury fears
Jamaican Yohan Blake is downplaying the seriousness of a groin problem which ruled him out of Sunday's 100m at the Diamond League meeting in Rabat, Morocco. Read full article
Roberts cleared after failed doping test
Gil Roberts, who won Rio Olympic gold on the US men's 4x400-meter relay, was cleared of doping after an arbitrator found he ingested a banned substance by kissing his girlfriend. Read full article
Lemao, Mlenga lead SA hunt for medals
Sprint prodigies Tshenolo Lemao and Retshidisitswe Mlenga coasted through the opening round of the Boys 200m event on Friday, keeping their hopes alive for another double medal charge. Read full article
SA increase medal tally at U18 champs
It was a rollercoaster day for the South African youth team on Thursday, though they experienced more highs than lows, earning two more medals. Read full article
SA claim two medals at U18 Champs
The South African team opened their campaign in spectacular fashion on Wednesday, securing top spot in the medals table after the first day of competition at the IAAF World U18 Championships. Read full article
Lemao wins SA’s first gold medal
Tshenolo Lemao won South Africa’s first gold medal at the IAAF World Youth Championships (under-18) in Nairobi tonight winning the 100m in 10.57s. Read full article
Saids warns about herbal supplement
South African athletes have been warned against the use of a specific supplement which contains traces of anabolic steroids. Read full article
Wayde, Semenya lead SA in London
A 22-member preliminary team has been announced by Athletics South Africa (ASA) for next month's IAAF World Championships in London, England. Read full article
Steenkamp races to 4th victory in Europe
The South African 100m-hurdles-champion, Rikenette Steenkamp, raced to her fourth victory in Europe last night when she won in Gothenburg. Read full article
Vetter nails second-longest javelin throw ever
Germany's Johannes Vetter produced the second longest javelin throw in history with a 94.44m effort in Lucerne on Tuesday. Read full article
‘Medical records leak was unacceptable’
World athletics chief Sebastian Coe said on Tuesday the recent leakage of athletes’ personal medical information by hackers group Fancy Bears, which also appeared to link elite Kenyan athletes to doping. Read full article
Zazini aims for fast time at Youth Champs
Having set a world youth record in the 400m-hurdles earlier this season, Sokwakhana Zazini is looking forward to the IAAF World Youth Championships in Nairobi, where all competitors' eyes will be on him. Read full article
Mo Farah 'sick' of doping allegations
British Olympic champion Mo Farah is "sick" of his name being dragged into doping controversies, the 34-year-old said after winning the 3 000 metres at the Anniversary Games in London on Sunday. Read full article
Nel leads the way for SA
Wenda Nel was in fine form on Sunday, taking third position in the 400m women's hurdles race at the IAAF Diamond League Meeting in London, England. Read full article
Kusche off to a winning start in Brussels
George Kusche had a victorious start to his international campaign yesterday when he won the 800m at the Brussels Grand Prix-meeting in a time of 1:47.98. Read full article
Farah eases to victory, Thompson edges Schippers
British athletics great Mo Farah eased to victory in the 3000 metres at the Diamond League meet in the London Stadium on Sunday and insisted off the track matters didn't concern him. Read full article
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