Switzerland's Fabian Cancellara decided to withdraw from his last Tour de France and focus on the Rio Olympic Games.
If Gary Teichmann had any illusions as to the challenges ahead, they would have been blasted away in minutes of his “coronation”, says Mike Greenaway.
Wayne Rooney has admitted he is under pressure to prove himself all over again at Manchester United under new manager Jose Mourinho.
Deal or no deal? That is the question on soccer fans's lips on the potential sale of Free State Stars to Moroka Swallows.
New Zealand teams have always found a way to either bend the laws or, shall we say, at least find a “creative way” to test referees, says Wynona Louw.
National 100m record-holder Akani Simbine failed to appeal his exclusion from the 200m event at the Rio Olympic Games.
Rivaldo Coetzee hasn’t strayed that far off from the prophetic name his father, Trevor, gave him almost 20 years ago...
A top three Olympic finish is the only thing missing from her trophy cabinet, writes Ockert de Villiers.
Man United have been left a clear run in their push to sign Paul Pogba with Real Madrid's interest in the midfielder fading.
The tour of China will be the first real glimpse of Jose Mourinho's Manchester United, so what will it tell us about the man and his team?.
The battle between locks Pieter-Steph du Toit and Brodie Retallick is going to be one of the standout clashes when the Stormers and the Chiefs meet.
Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce is set to be appointed England's next manager in the next 24 hours, Sky Sports reported.
It’s been a long, hard slog to get to a second Olympic Games, but now Stephen Mokoka can’t wait to get to Rio next month.
Kevin Pietersen will return for a second stint at the Dolphins in as many years for the local T20 tournament starting in November.
Chris Froome rubber-stamped his Tour de France domination by putting time into his rivals as Ilnur Zakarin won the 17th stage.