- Klaasen bags a fourth ATP World Tour doubles title in the US
- Strauss hoping title defence will spark return to form
- Defending champ Venter makes his SA senior team debut
- Singh shoots Amajita to victory against Cameroon
- Pace bounces back with strong finish in Thailand
- Blitzboks take it easy before Las Vegas Sevens
- Maripa bags first title of the year in Bolton
- England wrap up Summer Series with 2-0 win against SA
- Five more Meet records at SA Grand Prix
- Fichardt nails 15th Sunshine Tour win at Joburg Open
In the CEO’s chair — Tubby Reddy
- Updated: October 23, 2010
Well the 19th version of the Commonwealth Games have come and gone and despite much anxiety and trepidation by some countries ahead of the Games they went as smoothly as could be expected.
I must say I enjoyed being in India with Team South Africa and the team seemed to have a great time. I’m very proud of all those who contributed to our bringing 33 medals back home as well as the entire team who made the trip to India, athletes and administrators.
I’ve also come and gone again. Since I got back to SA I’ve continued the engagement of the legal team on issues related to Athletics South Africa and that process is a continuing one.
At the moment I’m in Acapulco, Mexico at a meeting of all the National Olympic Committees around the world and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Some of the themes discussed at this meeting are the autonomy of sport, the fight against doping in sport, marketing in sport, Olympic education, ethics and good governance in sport and generations for peace initiative.
I’m back in South Africa on 27 October where there’ll no doubt be plenty of other matters to keep me busy.