11.10.2017 07:16 am
The darling of South African rowing wants to go even faster … and claim more medals.
Less than two weeks after her historic victory at the World Rowing Championships in Sarasota, Kirsty McCann is already analysing her performance and looking to go faster as she chases more medals on the international circuit.
The world and Olympic champion, who lives in Bloemfontein, was asked to present the team their jerseys for the Aussie Test.
The former NFL star and actor, who shot to fame with ‘The Trial of the Century’, was convicted of armed robbery nine years ago.
One of South Africa’s youngsters at the World Rowing Championships doesn’t quite make the cut in Sarasota.
But Chicago cubs shortstop Addison Russell more than made up it…
The duo race into contention for a possible medal along with South Africa’s big hope at the showpiece, Kirsten McCann.
US President Donald Trump denied inflaming racial tensions Monday, insisting his charged comments that prompted a wave of symbolic protests by NFL players were about patriotism not color.
A wave of protests swept across the National Football League on Sunday as President Donald Trump escalated his feud with players who kneel during the US national anthem to draw attention to racial injustice.
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio’s season has come to an early close due to injury for the second year in a row.
After doing all the hard work to get herself into a good position, fate strikes her with a cruel blow.
The Olympic rower delivered a creditable performance last year in Rio and looks set for a podium finish at the World Champs in Florida.
The Citizen wants to take this moment to extend its appreciation to each and every participant in The Citizen 2017 Trail Run at Sun City. It was a huge success with a high number of participants turning out for the race, all smiles and laughter and creating a great vibe. We look forward to hosting you and your family again at next year’s edition.
The New York Yankees’ Todd Frazier in tears as the debate over more protection for fans at games continues to rage.
But there’s still no historic medal for a South African in the world championships.
A British cyclist set a new world record Monday by travelling around the globe in 79 days — beating the fictional exploits of Phileas Fogg by a day.