Talented KZN upset

Northern Gauteng came from behind to beat the talented KwaZulu-Natal coastal team 2-1 on the first day of the... Read more

Bolt: I can go faster

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

Coetzee’s conqueror dies

Former world heavyweight champion, Greg Page, who took the WBA title from South Africa’s Gerrie Coetzee at Sun City... Read more

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.

Basso back – as is Hunter

Italian Ivan Basso won his first race since returning from a two-year doping suspension, taking the Tour of Trentino,... Read more

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

SA strongmen head north

South Africa get to grips with the continent’s best in the senior African championships next month.

Canoe stars at it again

For the second weekend running, the waters of KwaZulu-Natal’s Nagle Dam are set to be churned up by South... Read more

Xterra title shared

A record field lined up for the 2009 Duesouth Xterra South African Championships in Grabouw.  The event was also... Read more

Hunter left hanging

Robbie Hunter slipped down the standings in the Giro del Trentino, to lie 122nd after the second stage.

Flying Frenchman

France’s Alain Bernard┬á has broken the world record in the 100 metre freestyle at the French championships, becoming the... Read more

Same again for SA side

South Africa have selected an unchanged Davis Cup team to that which whitewashed Macedonia 5-0 for the crucial Euro-Africa... Read more

Hunter stays in touch

Tour de France stage winner Robbie Hunter of South Africa finished within a minute of the winner in the... Read more

Top coaches lend a hand

South African Sailing recently sent a team of its top coaches to conduct training courses for SA sailing local... Read more

Augustyn in good form

South Africa’s John-Lee Augustyn has placed 23rd in the 72nd riding of the La Fleche Wallonne event in Belgium.

Young guns at Hartleyvale

The country’s top 12 Under-21 men’s teams will do battle in a national tournament in Cape Town starting April... Read more

North West defend title

The North West women’s under-21 team defend their national title in Bloemfontein between April 26 and May 2.