Chad le Clos has enjoyed another stellar season in the pool this year, with a massive haul of medals from competitions across the world, smashing records and winning big prize money in the process.
Local football development coaches have hailed Ephraim “Shakes” Mashaba for revitalising South African youth football.
Before I begin, congratulations are in order for Banyana Banyana midfielder Portia Modise, who was the biggest winner at last Sunday’s SA Sport Awards.
SA’s Olympic and world champion swimmer Chad le Clos has achieved much in his young career and will be looking to add to his bulging trophy cabinet when he attends the SA Sports Awards ceremony tonight.
The SA 100km Championships failed to take off yesterday as there was simply no interest from local distance runners.
If it wants to command the same respect as sport’s most followed codes such as football, rugby and cricket, athletics must deal with its drug problem.
This year’s Telkom Knockout (TKO) final, which sees SuperSport United take on Platinum Stars, will mark yet another contest not involving the “big three”: Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns.
Daniel Mothowagae spent a day with Kenyans Dennis Kimetto and Wilson Kipsang, and local star Lusapho April, in Cape Town this week
Eleven teams have tried and Mamelodi Sundowns yesterday came close to handing Kaizer Chiefs a first Absa Premiership defeat, but the joy lasted just 12 minutes for the defending champions.
Already under immense pressure to resuscitate their hopes of defending the league title, Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane is equally worried about a looming hectic programme.
Daniel Mothowagae spent a few days with two of Kenya’s most accomplished marathon runners, Dennis Kimetto and Wilson Kipsang, on their recent tour of Durban and Cape Town.
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