Cameron’s quest for glory

Cameron van der Burgh’s quest for Olympic glory takes another stroke forward in Durban’s King’s Park Pool next week.

Cup challenge for women

The SPAR South African women’s hockey side will take on Argentina, Australia and India in a Four-Nations tournament in... Read more

Paul posts two in two

Swim sensation Kevin Paul clocked his second world record in as many days in the final session of the... Read more

SA’s show of strength

Mountain Biking South Africa has named a 33-rider strong World Championships squad for 2009. Not all the riders in... Read more

Hassiem heads record hunt

Cape Town-based Achmat Hassiem was one of four swimmers to set South African records on the second morning of... Read more

Bouwer’s record power

Kimberley’s Charl Bouwer had the statisticians burning the midnight oil, after smashing the 200 metres backstroke world record in... Read more

SA stars in the deep end

Twenty-four South Africans qualified for the Beijing Olympics at last year’s national championships.

Kalmer in command

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

Roland’s record rewritten

The last of South African swimmer Roland Schoeman’s seven swimming world records has been broken in Malaga, Spain.

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

Ironman records in PE

Belgium’s Marino Vanhoenacker and Czech Republic’s Lucie Zelenkova were crowned 2009 Spec-Savers South African Ironman championships in Port Elizabeth... Read more

Internationals dominate

Australia’s Chris Kovarik and Great Britain’s Tracy Moseley led a Commonwealth┬á domination of the men and women’s podiums when... 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

Swanepoel’s second title

South African-born Corney Swanepoel collected his second New Zealand title at the national championships in Auckland and also booked... Read more

The Fanie and Tebogo show?

Fast times are on the cards when Western Cape-based Paralympic speedster Fanie van der Merwe and the Free State’s... Read more

Stander claims third

South Africa’s world-class mountain biker, Burry Stander, picked up third position in the men’s Elite race in round four... Read more