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  • Athletes take a stand

    Athletics South Africa has come under further attack — this time from athletes and clubs themselves.

  • Stars head for Limpopo

    The final Athletics South Africa half-marathon of the year will be the Nedbank Matha Series in Polokwane,...

  • Records fall in Garden Route

    Two running records have fallen within the space of a week in the Garden Route region.

  • Mofokeng breezes in

    Race sponsors Nedbank provided both winners of Sunday’s Cape Town Marathon, held in cold, blustery conditions.

  • Chuene stays in charge

    Controversial Athletics South Africa (ASA) president Leonard Chuene remains in office after being given a unanimous vote...

  • Semenya: SASCOC acts

    SASCOC president Gideon Sam on Saturday confirmed South African sport’s governing body would investigate conflicting reports as...

  • Nine for Birmingham

    A team of nine will represent South Africa in the IAAF World Half-marathon championships in Birmingham, England...

  • Mokoena medals again

    World long jump silver medallist Khotso Mokoena took third in the World Athletics Final in Thessaloniki, Greece...

  • Third for Mulaudzi

    World 800 metre track champion Mbulaeni Mulaudzi finished third in the two-lapper at the World Athletics Final...

  • Coach Daniels quits

    National athletics coach, Wilfred Daniels is the latest casualty of the on-going Caster Semenya gender debacle.

  • Mulaudzi runs PB

    By Mark Etheridge Things get better and better for our newly crowned 800-metre world track champion Mbulaeni...

  • Bolt blitzes on

    By Mark Etheridge Phenomenal Usain Bolt once again proved unstoppable on the world’s athletics tracks as he...