- Mthembu puts SA back on podium… after 23 years!
- Reverse strategy puts Waschefort in front
- Debut Hawaii win for Jordy Smith
- Blitzboks skipper calls for improvement on home soil
- Runaway Test win for South Africa in India
- Olympian Stone pounces at Leopard Creek
- SA team extend lead in Indian Test
- Blitzboks blast past Kiwis to reach Dubai semi-finals
- Van Niekerk pays tribute to triumphant Bolt
- Banyana dominate but go down to Ghana in playoff
UPDATE FROM OLYMPIC HOUSE
- Updated: April 22, 2014
In our latest update we’d firstly like to congratulate our President, Gideon Sam for being one of a team of more than 10 runners who made up the ‘I Play Fair’ team and was joined by Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) CEO Khalid Galant, former Springbok rugby player Ashwin Willemse and Proteas cricketer Makhaya Ntini at the weekend’s Two Oceans half-marathon.
Well done on walking the talk and participating in and completing the 21.1km race in two hours and 25 minutes.
Earlier this month, our first General Meeting for the year was a success and SASCOC President, Gideon Sam and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula both strongly urged the South African sports movement to adapt or die.
With only a month to go before the commencement of the 2nd African Youth Games to be held in Gaborone, Botswana, we are rounding up our preparations to deliver Team South Africa to these games successfully.
And with less than 100 days to go before the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games begin, we continue preparing for this prestigious event. We are pleased to say that we are on track with the delivery of Team South Africa to these Commonwealth Games and continue working tirelessly to ensure everything goes smoothly ahead of Glasgow.
We look forward to all these multi-code events and we trust that all our athletes are preparing thoroughly, because from our side we are doing all we can to make the various sporting events successful.