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To proceed, organisers need to find a way to host events without exceeding government enforced limitations.
Seven months after the popular weekly events were suspended, parkrun organisers are determined to relaunch by the end of the year, but they've still got some hurdles to clear.
“It has been a bit of a roller coaster year, but I feel comfortable and confident for the upcoming season and the Olympic Games.”
South African sprinters Wayde van Niekerk and Akani Simbine won their races in Bellinzona.
The Sports Minister has called on South Africans to get behind Semenya and show her support by backing her in her fight against injustice.
‘I know what is right and will do all I can do to protect basic human rights for young girls everywhere,’ says Semenya.
Middle-distance star Caster Semenya has lost the latest round in her ongoing battle against controversial new international athletics rules.
‘The worst is the ribs that are broken; they’re very sore. I am battling to walk.’
“It’s heartbreaking to see such a violent attack while Nick is doing something he loves.”
WARNING: Post contains graphic images. Bester, a former ironman triathlete who won the Comrades Marathon in KwaZulu-Natal in 1991, was attacked while training.
Given the green light after 25 days of self-isolation, following a positive coronavirus test, Olympic champion Wayde van Niekerk hopes to race again later this season.
Despite winning a final-round jump-off, Ruswahl Samaai has joined the call for a return to the traditional long jump format.
Though he admits he needs to shake off some rust and sharpen up, African 110m hurdles champion Antonio Alkana is glad to be racing again.
After an apparent ‘false positive’ coronavirus test, 400m world record holder Wayde van Niekerk has withdrawn from his first international race in three years.
South African sprinter Wayde van Niekerk, the 400m world record holder, says he wants to become the first athlete to break the 43-second barrier for the one-lap event.
World record holder Wayde van Niekerk is among a small group of South Africans who will spend at least three months training and competing in Europe.