Consolation for Catherine

Despite only placing seventh in the London Marathon on Sunday, Kenya’s Catherine Ndereba, 36, was still making history.

Bolt: I can go faster

Fasten your seatbolts… the world’s fastest man says he can still go faster.

Van Dyk third in London

Just a week after winning the Boston Marathon for a record eighth time, South Africa’s Paralympic hero Ernst van... Read more

Ramaala’s brave fifth

Four-time South African Olympian Hendrick Ramaala raced to a courageous fifth in the London Marathon.

Ramaala ready to rock

Four-time Olympian Hendrick Ramaala will take to the streets of London on Sunday wearing bib No7 as he hopes... Read more

Van Dyk nails No 8

Ernst van Dyk continued his ride into history when he won for a record eighth time in the men’s... Read more

SA athletes second

Although wind played havoc with performances South Africans Wouter le Roux and Samson Ngoepe both came second in their... Read more

Dlomo fifth in Japan

South Africa’s Norman Dlomo placed fifth in the 11th Nagano Olympic Marathon in Japan on Sunday.

Thys free to compete

Athletics South Africa has announced that Olympian Gert Thys has been re-instated for all athletics competitions with immediate effect.

Coolboy conquers Comores

South African runners came up tops in the Southern Region half-marathon championships in the Comores at the weekend.

Walk champ charged

Olympic champion race walker Athanasia Tsoumeleka has been charged by Greek prosecutors for using an illegal performance-enhancing drug.

Bolt eyes the big bucks

The world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt wants to be the first track star to earn US$10-million.

Kalmer in command

Olympic track athlete Rene Kalmer won the Bellville leg of the Spar women’s 10-kilometre road running series on Sunday.

Down to the wire in Rotterdam

Kenyans Duncan Kibet and James Kwambai produced a scintillating photo finish in Sunday’s 29th Rotterdam Marathon in the Netherlands.

Kipruto kicks butt in Paris

Kenyan youngster Vincent Kipruto won Sunday’s Paris Marathon in record time, clocking 2hr 05min 47sec in ideal road running... Read more

Now London for Ramaala

No one has competed for South Africa in an Olympics more than Hendrik Ramaala. And the four-time Olympian called... Read more

Future stars shine

Three records at the recent Yellow Pages national youth and under-21 track and field championships in Pretoria recently show... Read more