Dylan Rogers

South African hockey hedges its bets

The SA hockey team does not have the experience to win a medal at the Olympics, but recent results show they could spring some surprises.

Van Zyl faces the ultimate hurdle

Despite his top form, LJ van Zy has yet to shine on the world's biggest stages -- and gold is beckoning. Dylan Rogers reports.

Abreast of the best

Cameron van der Burgh, long-inspired by Penny Heyns's Olympic win, is chasing his own dream, writes Dylan Rogers.

Sam peddles medal hopes

Twelve medals for the South African Olympic team has been a best-case scenario at the London Summer Games but six is a more realistic target.

Golf tournaments battle for December

The golfing fraternity could see the Nedbank Challenge taking place earlier to accommodate a World Championship event in South Africa.

Olympics will be Le Clos call

Chad le Clos braces to take on Michael Phelps in his signature event, the 200m butterfly, next year.

Who is in the running for medals at the Worlds?

The World Champs kicks off with LJ van Zyl a leading contender and Khotso Mokoena a hungry underdog.

Running on fighting spirit

Mbulaeni Mulaudzi is not throwing in the towel just yet. In fact, the reigning 800 metres world champion scoffs at the idea that he's about to turn 31

Coach shows Treu colours

While other rugby bosses are preparing for the World Cup, Paul Treu is going for gold.

BMX star makes light of major setback

Sifiso Nhlapo is ready to bounce back from injury -- again.

Marathon mileage

The Comrades is now a commercial behemoth, but it's still an uphill challenge for most.

Schwartzel’s Masters class

The young South African showed from a young age the talent and tenacity that it took to win at Augusta.

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