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Why Wayde should win Athlete of the Year
Why Wayde should win Athlete of the Year

To become IAAF Athlete of the Year, Wayde van Niekerk will have to beat Bolt and Farrah ... no problem, writes Ashfak Mohamed.

1 day ago
IAAF takes fight against doping online
IAAF takes fight against doping online

The IAAF, the body governing world athletics, launched a secure online portal in six languages that can be used to report doping.

1 day ago
Caster sets her sights higher
Caster sets her sights higher

After completely dominating track events in 2016, Caster Semenya can re-write the history books over the next few years.

1 day ago
Wayde in line for more gold
Wayde in line for more gold

SA Olympic hero Wayde van Niekerk can claim the Athlete of the Year prize ahead of superstars Usain Bolt and Mo Farrah, says Ockert de Villiers.

2 days ago
IAAF rocked by new corruption scandal
IAAF rocked by new corruption scandal

Just as the IAAF is about to endorse wide-ranging changes to its governance aimed at making the organisation more ethical, ...

3 days ago
Stronger bans needed in doping fight, says Bolt
Stronger bans needed in doping fight, says Bolt

Sprint superstar Usain Bolt says "stronger bans" are needed to help clean sport from the stain of doping.

3 days ago
Two SA swimmers banned for two years by FINA
Two SA swimmers banned for two years by FINA

Two-year bans were handed down to 21-year-old swimmer Louisa De Jongh and waterpolo player Jabulani Sibiya.

4 days ago
Wayde promises even more speed next year
Wayde promises even more speed next year

Buckle up, Wayde van Niekerk is looking to introduce some turbo boosters next year after a extraordinary 2016, writes Ockert de Villiers.

4 days ago
Bolt dedicates swansong season to the fans
Bolt dedicates swansong season to the fans

Nine-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt dedicated what is set to be his last track season to his fans, saying his desire to win remains undimmed.

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