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The search to fill key Springbok places starts in Pretoria today
It’s a pity the Cheetahs won’t be in action in Pretoria today otherwise Rassie Erasmus may have been able to cast an eye on the two Bok veterans, Frans Steyn and Ruan Pienaar
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Injury prevention for champions: Make sure you have the right strategy
You need to change your mindset as to why recovery is so important to you. Do you want a journey of constant pain or do you want a journey that is enjoyable?
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Here’s hoping the players’ union becomes a powerful factor in SA rugby
With rugby being such a global game now and South African rugby set to expand its footprint into Europe, our unions must remember that from a sponsor’s viewpoint, there are plenty of other fish in the sea.
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Finally, a first glimpse of what White’s Bulls will be all about
It’s going to be a bumper few weeks with rugby restarting in South Africa, with all four Super Rugby sides in action and then the cream of the crop playing in Bok ‘trials’
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Caster is down but not out, as she prepares for new battle
Based on the results of her recent court battles, Semenya might be left fighting for the rights of other middle-distance athletes by aiming to set a long-term precedent, rather than ensuring she returns to her favoured 800m event while still in her prime.
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Cricket SA leaders have become masters of spin
The board has consistently ignored the fact that CSA is a non-profit company operating in the public interest, so it has to be transparent.
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Cricket SA board must stop wasting money before pointing fingers

Columnists Cricket SA board must stop wasting money before pointing fingers

Throwing money at problems is an easy way out of actually having to change the system in order to fix those problems, but the CSA board seems allergic to that sort of hard work.

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To save the sport, Cricket SA must rid itself of parasites

Columnists To save the sport, Cricket SA must rid itself of parasites

In order to protect the players and save the domestic game from potential collapse, Cricket SA’s members need to elect individuals who are going to take the sport forward.

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Football is back, so why are other sports still in the dark?

Columnists Football is back, so why are other sports still in the dark?

More than two months after non-contact sport was given a provisional green light for a return to play, the status and eventual resumption of most codes remains unclear.

Columnists Find the path of least resistance to a happier, healthier life

To improve your personal state of health, it is important to take action by finding the path of least resistance.

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Springbok action is key to saving 2020 SA Rugby campaign

Columnists Springbok action is key to saving 2020 SA Rugby campaign

World Rugby may have this week opened a window for the Rugby Championship to take place in New Zealand between November 7 and December 12, but the situation is still far from ideal for South African participation.

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Even parents adapt to a virtual world

Columnists Even parents adapt to a virtual world

Many of the same lessons which can be learned on a sportsfield can be learned in a virtual contest.

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A Better You: Why home gyms are your immediate future

Columnists A Better You: Why home gyms are your immediate future

South African gyms’ current business models means it’s simply too difficult to mitigate the risk of Covid-19 infection.

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Closed-door action better than no action

Columnists Closed-door action better than no action

Golfers say it will be weird playing in silence. Believe me, things can get a lot weirder on a sports field.

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Finding novel ways just to keep running

Columnists Finding novel ways just to keep running

You can get back to running when there’s somewhere to go. Until then, why not take this rare chance to be lazy?

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Why there is fear that Cricket South Africa could still be captured

Columnists Why there is fear that Cricket South Africa could still be captured

Not only is the concept of accountability totally foreign to the current CSA Board, but they are also operating with only eight of the prescribed 12 directors in place.

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A Better You: Coping with mental anguish

Columnists A Better You: Coping with mental anguish

Every person that is forced to stay home during lockdown is going through some form of internal stress, anxiety and even depression. If the situation worsens, we can expect these feeling to hit new levels.

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If only internet trolls could hack our greatest sporting heartaches…

Columnists If only internet trolls could hack our greatest sporting heartaches…

What if we feed our minds with contrary evidence aimed at eventually replacing the painful memories?

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Some team names go from bad to bizarre

Columnists Some team names go from bad to bizarre

You won’t exactly instill fear (and win regularly) when you name yourself the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp…

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A Better You: Steer clear of those wasted carbs during lockdown

Columnists A Better You: Steer clear of those wasted carbs during lockdown

Exercise means little if it’s not supported by a healthy diet.





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