14.4.2019 09:42 am
Magakwe charged over the line in 10.06 seconds in the short sprint, equalling his season’s best, and SA student champion Emile Erasmus took second place in 10.15.
While some of the fields were diluted by the withdrawals of elite contenders, and the women's 100m race was virtually derailed by a technical problem, the top-flight domestic track and field season opened with some solid performances at the first leg of the ASA Grand Prix series in Bloemfontein on Saturday night.
South Africa’s queen of the track and the world governing body are still at loggerheads over her hormone levels.
Positive signs for two of South Africa’s most experienced athletes.
After a difficult few years, one of SA’s foremost runners wants to target Olympic glory at the age of 38.
All the parties agreed that the ruling, which will determine whether SA’s athletics darling will have to undergo hormone therapy, needs to be postponed.
Wayde van Niekerk, Caster Semenya and Luvo Manyonga are just some of the names penciled in as ASA secures sponsors.
Caster Semenya shows her class, but it’s two younger talents that provide much excitement … and debate.
Athletics South Africa pushes ahead with the domestic campaign despite the massive loss of a financial backer in Liquid Telecom.
Nearly a year being brutally attacked, the triathlete has his sights set on Paralympic gold.
The South African Olympic 400m champion said on that he will “probably” compete at the world athletics championships in Doha in September as he returns from injury.
The embattled provincial body suffers a unanimous vote of no confidence as members vouch for ASA’s Jay Reddy.
Back from a serious knee injury, the Olympic 400m champion eases back by winning the Free State provincial title.
She has the support of a multitude of people, but ultimately will have to face the IAAF alone.