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South African Wayde van Niekerk held his own against Olympic champion Kirani James in the 400m.
England women’s hockey team secured their place in the Glasgow semi-finals with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Scotland.
Usain Bolt denied reports on Wednesday that he called the Glasgow Commonwealth Games a bit s**t.
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Tokyo governor Yoichi Masuzoe has defended his call for a review of the venue plan for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The SA swim team won their 12th medal on Tuesday, with Chad le Clos snatching a seventh in a remarkable six days.
South African swimmer Chad le Clos had ended his Commonwealth Games campaign in grand style.
Some of South Africa's top road runners have confirmed they will compete in the Soweto Marathon in November.
Cameron van der Burgh and Chad le Clos kept South Africa’s flag flying high at the Commonwealth Games.
South Africa’s Siyabulela Mabulu defeated India’s Manjeet Nandal in a tense judo battle to scoop a bronze medal.
Richard Murray won South Africa's first medal of the Commonwealth Games when he finished third in the men's triathlon.
A diverse and colourful opening ceremony signalled the start of the 20th Commonwealth Games at Celtic Park.
South Africa will be targeting their first medal in the 20th Commonwealth games, when triathlete Richard Murray competes in the individual triathlon.
SA has selected 54 athletes in 14 sporting codes to participate in the second Summer Youth Olympic Games next month.
Sibling rivarly won’t get out of hand when SA sisters Julene and Aimee van Rooyen go head-to-head at the Games.
Usain Bolt, Mo Farah and Bradley Wiggins will add sparkle to the Commonwealth Games that get under way on Wednesday.
Cameron van der Burgh looks set to make a splash in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Hurdler Wenda Nel hopes to cap a fine season with a medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Russia has cut a coach from its track and field team for August’s European championships amid a doping uproar.
Prejudice based on sexuality is commonplace both on and off the field in Australia, an eye-opening study shows.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula is disappointed that Caster Semenya is not part of the team competing in the Commonwealth Games.
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