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‘Terrifying’ – Nigerian women fight fear to make Olympic bobsleigh history

Billed as "Cool Runnings" reloaded, the Nigerian women's bobsled team admit they battle their demons every time they climb into the sled.

Skizo qualifies for Olympic Games

SA BMX racer Sifiso "Skizo" Nhlapo has booked his place in the team for the London Olympic Games.

Team SA take their hockey sticks to Olympics

South Africa will be represented in the men's and women's hockey tournaments at the London Olympic Games after the men's team beat hosts Japan 2-1.

Olympic committee fuming over Argentinian Falklands ad

Britain and the International Olympic Committee have come out in condemnation of an Argentinian advert showing an athlete training in the Falklands.

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.

Le Clos flies through Olympic qualifiers

Swimming sensation Chad le Clos is headed to the London Olympics after swimming qualifying times for four butterfly medal events in Durban.

Yemen’s rebel who threw his Games

Ali Khousrof -- judo fighter -- has been training for the London Olympics, even though he was shot in the abdomen during Yemen's Arab Spring uprising.

London Olympics: 100 days to go

While the stadiums are ready with 100 days to go for London's Olympics, question marks still hang over the security of the Games and transport.

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.

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