September 25, 2017

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Lebogang Shange shatters national race walking record

The 27-year-old continues his upward curve with a fine win in China.

Springboks won’t have their captain back till November

But at least Warren Whiteley's rehab is on track as most of the Boks in Bloem look in good health before the Wallabies.

Proteas batsmen have let the bowlers down, admits Dean Elgar

The tough left-handed opener says they need to be more 'uncompromising' as he prepares for a 4th opening partner in Aiden Markram.

This weekend’s talking points from the Currie Cup

The Sharks are undoubtedly favourites now, everybody needs to stay calm about Curwin Bosch and the Cheetahs are smiling again.

British & Irish Lions to cut fixtures for SA trip – report

The profitable tour won't be as long when the regional side comes to play the Springboks in 2021.

Four player changes the Springboks need to make

The national team is back in camp for the home leg of the Rugby Championship and are ripe for a few personnel changes.

Wave of protests grip NFL after Trump urges fan boycott

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.

Schauffele wins PGA Tour Championship, Thomas claims $10m jackpot

Rookie Xander Schauffele outdid the big guns to win the Tour Championship on Sunday but Justin Thomas hit the jackpot by taking home the $10 million prize for claiming the FedEx Cup playoff title.

Federer leads Europe to maiden Laver Cup title

World number two Roger Federer handed Team Europe the maiden Laver Cup title after beating Team World's Nick Kyrgios in a super tie-break thriller in Prague on Sunday.

England’s ton-up Ali too much for West Indies

Moeen Ali's blazing century set up England's 124-run victory over West Indies in the third one-day international at Bristol on Sunday as the hosts went 2-0 up with two to play in a five-match series.

Wozniacki whips Russian to retain WTA Tokyo crown

Defending champion Caroline Wozniacki romped to a 6-0, 7-5 victory over Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on Sunday to win her third Pan Pacific Open.

Mosiako stuns quality field in Joburg

The winning runner said he had only been aiming for a top-10 finish.

Another injury for Moolman-Pasio

Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio's season has come to an early close due to injury for the second year in a row.

Parker sets sights on Joshua bout after Fury victory

New Zealand's Joseph Parker said he had the skills to exploit Anthony Joshua's 'weaknesses' after beating Hughie Fury by a majority points decision to defend his WBO world heavyweight title.

Kenya’s Kipchoge wins Berlin marathon, but misses record

Kenya's Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge underlined his status as the world's best current long-distance runner by winning the Berlin men's marathon on Sunday, but missed the world record.

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