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SA athletes going to championships amidst ASA spat

South Africa's athletes will attend the world championships in Moscow, despite the country's Olympic committee cutting ties with Athletics SA.

Athletes to bear brunt of Athletics SA suspension

The country's elite athletes will be affected most, says ASA president James Evans after the federation was suspended from the Olympic movement.

Local hero Claude Moshiywa wins Comrades

Claude Moshiywa broke the foreign stranglehold as he became the first South African to win the "up" Comrades run in 21 years.

Sascoc appoints administrator to take over ASA

Athletics South Africa has been placed under administration for the second time in less than four years, Sascoc has said.

Elite swimmers will go to world champs, says Sascoc

South Africa's elite swimmers will participate in the World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona in July.

Cycling champion Stander dies in road accident

Cycling South Africa has confirmed mountainbike ace Burry Stander died in a crash in KwaZulu-Natal.

Former coach stunned over death of Corrie Sanders

Boxing trainer Harold Volbrecht says he was shocked to hear of the sudden death of his close friend Corrie Sanders.

Londoners untouched by Olympic spirit

While the magnificent Olympic Park glows with the "spirit of the Games", London residents feel they have been given a raw deal during the showpiece.

ASA pleased with athletes’ African Championships medal haul

The national team has been lauded by Athletics South Africa for overcoming poor conditions to finish third at the African Championships in Benin.

Kalmer gears up for Olympic marathon

Olympic athlete Rene Kalmer welcomed the cold and wet weather at the Two Oceans Marathon, saying it may be similar conditions to those in London.

Cricket South Africa top dogs abandon ship

Acting Cricket South Africa president AK Khan and CSA audit and risk committee chairperson John Blair have resigned over the CSA bonus scandal.

CSA’s acting president resigns

Acting president of Cricket South Africa AK Khan has announced his resignation from the post, saying "it's time for change and for new leadership".

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