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Rugby-History-maker Johannes a trailblazer for women coaches in South Africa

1:59am IST

CAPE TOWN, May 24 Laurian Johannes blazed a trail in South Africa when she became the first woman appointed to lead a national team and the coach of the Under-20 women’s side says there are many like her just waiting for the opportunity.

Master-blaster De Kock carries South Africa’s batting hopes

23 May 2019

CAPE TOWN Quinton de Kock will seek to retain his golden form deep into the Cricket World Cup as his runs at the top of the batting order will be crucial to any realistic South African title challenge in England and Wales.

Cricket: Master-blaster De Kock carries South Africa’s batting hopes

23 May 2019

CAPE TOWN Quinton de Kock will seek to retain his golden form deep into the Cricket World Cup as his runs at the top of the batting order will be crucial to any realistic South African title challenge in England and Wales.

Cricket: New-look South Africa hope for fresh start at World Cup

23 May 2019

CAPE TOWN South Africa have previously arrived at Cricket World Cup tournaments among the favourites to lift the trophy and failed dismally, but this time round can fly under the radar with a youthful team largely shorn of the baggage of the past.

Cricket: Gibson wary of English weather at World Cup

15 May 2019

CAPE TOWN South Africa coach Ottis Gibson believes weather will play its part in deciding the outcome of the Cricket World Cup in England and Wales.

D-Day for DSD athletes hoping to compete at World Championships

08 May 2019

CAPE TOWN Athletes with differences in sexual development (DSD) hoping to compete at the World Championships must submit to new rules curbing their levels of testosterone from Wednesday but Caster Semenya appears ready to resist the regulations.

Athletics: Physicians group calls on members to reject IAAF regulations

03 May 2019

CAPE TOWN The World Medical Association has called on its members not to implement new International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) regulations that restrict testosterone levels in female athletes with differences in sexual development.

Athletics: ASA may approach Swiss tribunal after Semenya's CAS setback

03 May 2019

CAPE TOWN Athletics South Africa (ASA) is considering approaching the Swiss Federal Tribunal after the Court of Arbitration for Sport(CAS) dismissed Caster Semenya's appeal against regulations to limit naturally-occurring testosterone levels in athletes with differences of sexual development (DSDs). | Video

Athletics: Semenya to run in Doha as storm rages over new IAAF rules

02 May 2019

CAPE TOWN Double Olympic champion Caster Semenya will run her last 800-metres on Friday before the International Association of Athletics Federations imposes hugely controversial new rules limiting testosterone in female athletes. | Video

Olympic champion Semenya loses appeal over testosterone rules

02 May 2019

CAPE TOWN Olympic 800-metres champion Caster Semenya on Wednesday lost her appeal against rules that mean middle distance female athletes with a high natural level of testosterone must take medication to reduce it. | Video

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