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  • Mali making progress

    Athletics can be the number one sport in South Africa if properly administrated, is the view of...

  • Runners celebrate freedom

    The inaugural 27 For Freedom Run will be run in the Winelands on Saturday 13 February.

  • Rene sizzles in Stuttgart

    Our athletes are right on track on the indoor athletics circuit.

  • Indoor record for Juan

    Beijing Olympian Juan van Deventer had an impressive 2009 indoor debut in Dusseldorf, Germany on Wednesday.

  • Mdedelwa wins in Potch

    Lungisa Mdedelwa won a hard-fought senior men’s race at the national cross-country trials in Potchefstroom.

  • Silver for Mulaudzi

    Commonwealth Select team captain, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi of South Africa, placed second in the 800-metre event at the...

  • Nzima takes on stars

    Many of the country’s top athletes will be in action at the South African cross-country trials in...

  • Keep track of 2010

    The updated South African athletics calendar for 2010 has been released and features a total of six...

  • Mali: Caster must not run

    Ray Mali, interim administrator of Athletics South Africa, on Sunday again moved to emphasise that Caster Semenya...

  • Sam: Caster can’t run

    SASCOC have re-iterated that Caster Semenya is not eligible to run, be it domestically or internationally, following...

  • Boost for SA athletics

    South African athletics looks to be getting back on track again after yesterday’s announcement in Johannesburg of...

  • Tanith second in China

    Tanith Maxwell, currently one of our leading women’s marathoners, placed second in the Xiamen half-marathon in China...