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Swimmer Cameron van der Burgh: I’m taking the rehab route

The 26-year-old Olympic swimming champion is hoping to avoid surgery over a troublesome shoulder.

Bolt takes Commonwealth gold

Usain Bolt gave Jamaica gold in the 4x100 metres on Saturday.

Rousseau’s bronzes show great polish

He has emerged as the rising star of Team South Africa and has his eyes fixed on the next challenge – Rio.

Usain asylum: Scots go nuts for Bolt

At the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow it is clear how big Usain Bolt is - a megastar.

SA’s new crop of talent delivers at Commonwealth Games

​South Africa's track and field athletes have contributed another four medals to its overall tally at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Five South Africans progress in Commonwealth Games

Five South African athletes advanced to the next rounds of their respective events in track and field at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Three golds for SA team in Glasgow

Chad le Clos won gold in the 200m butterfly and fellow South African Sebastien Rosseau claimed bronze.

Swim team to make a splash at Glasgow

The squad has at least seven medal contenders, who are champing at the bit.

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