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28 September 2016, 11:31am
Wayde is now officially a sporting great
Wayde is now officially a sporting great

Wayde van Niekerk's status as a sporting great is official after the International Association Athletics Federation ratified his world record.

25 September 2016, 12:55pm
Ethiopian Bekele storms to victory in Berlin
Ethiopian Bekele storms to victory in Berlin

Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele stormed to victory in the Berlin marathon on Sunday, outsprinting his main rival Wilson Kipsang of Kenya.

25 September 2016, 12:19pm
Hail, the tenacity of King Henri
Hail, the tenacity of King Henri

Years of dedication have paid off for Durban's dynamite Henri Schoeman.

22 September 2016, 1:22pm
English runner pleads guilty to attempted murder
English runner pleads guilty to attempted murder

An English champion Fell runner admitted the attempted murder of former rugby union player turned athletics administrator Ralph Knibbs.

21 September 2016, 2:54pm
Gay looks to set pace on ice at bobsled championships
Gay looks to set pace on ice at bobsled championships

Former world 100m champion Tyson Gay has traded the track for ice after he entered to compete in the US Bobsled National Push Championships.

20 September 2016, 8:30pm
SA athletics symposium can prevent relay mix-up
SA athletics symposium can prevent relay mix-up

Better planning to ensure SA qualify and compete in the relays at major events is set to be a hot topics at an ASA coaching symposium.

20 September 2016, 1:30pm
Wayde raking in the cash
Wayde raking in the cash

Olympic hero Wayde van Niekerk received a R1m performance incentive from his appliance maker sponsor, Defy, in Durban.

18 September 2016, 08:55am
#Paralympics: Tears from Buis as he strikes gold
#Paralympics: Tears from Buis as he strikes gold

Dyan Buis has broken the 16-year-old Paralympic record of 50.30 seconds after he had won gold in the 400-metres.

17 September 2016, 10:29am
Ockert de Villiers: ASA, get 4x100m relay team back on track
Ockert de Villiers: ASA, get 4x100m relay team back on track

While the athletes continue to excel on the international stage, the ASA seems to have found some sort of stability, writes Ockert de Villiers.

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