RABAT – Two of South Africa's most decorated athletes, former World Championships medallists Anaso Jobodwana and Sunette Viljoen, will lead a powerful squad in the athletics competition at the African Games in Rabat, Morocco.
The track and field competition will start on Monday and comes to a close on Friday.
Jobodwana, a former SA record holder in the 200m sprint, will captain the 19-member men's team and Viljoen, the African women's javelin throw record holder, will spearhead the 18-strong women's squad.
All Africa Games around the corner @team_mzansi on my road to Doha @iaafdoha2019 - it has been a steep climb since my last competition, but the will to fulfil my dream has been the driven force to never give up! With a great team behind me I can conquer anything @Tokyo2020 pic.twitter.com/Pq8W4RzXVT— Sunette Viljoen (@Sunette_Viljoen) August 12, 2019