Jason Humphries

Big business leaves SA swimmers to drown

Where to now for South African swimming, with the 2016 Olympics in Rio fast approaching?

Proteas thump New Zealand for series win

South Africa has completed a 2-0 series win over New Zealand after beating them by an innings and 193 runs on the fourth day of the second Test.

Ryan Sandes takes the high road

Ultramarathon trail champion Ryan sandes has won 20 marathons in the world's most wild and inhospitable places. The altitude hasn't gone to his head.

There’s gold in South Africa’s pool of talent

Cameron van der Burgh and Chad Le Clos have shown what can be done if money's available, sparking calls for a new tier of funding for SA swimmers.

Olympics 2012: Pedal to the medal for SA

Team South Africa left in great spirits, but the road to London has been paved with controversy, writes Jason Humphries.

Proteas stick to tried and tested squad for England

South Africa have kept faith with their winning formula by naming an unchanged squad for the three-Test series starting next month in England.

Semenya and Pistorious run risk of missing Olympics

Caster Semenya and Oscar Pistorious run the risk of not qualifying for the London Olympics following disappointing performances at the SA champs.

Proteas aim to seal overdue series win

South Africa and Sri Lanka both have the opportunity to put an end to unwanted records when they clash in their second Test of the series.

Proteas fall to clinical Australia at Kingsmead

Australia shone with bat and ball to beat SA by three wickets to claim a 2-1 series victory after the third one-day international at Kingsmead.

Proteas outrun Australia to set up ODI decider

SA produced a dominant performance on Sunday to beat Australia by 80 runs in the second one-day international to level the three-match series.

Strong second half seals Sharks win over Brumbies

The Sharks ran in four second half tries to seal a 34-16 win over Australia's Brumbies in their Super rugby match at Kings Park on Saturday.

Semenya clinches South African championship double

Caster Semenya achieved a notable double by claiming the 800m and the 1 500m titles at the South African championships on Sunday.

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