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Samaai, Pienaar named UJ sport stars of the year

National long jumper Ruswahl Samaai and promising squash star Alexa Pienaar received the top accolades when the University of Johannesburg sports awards gala function was held at the Johannesburg Country Club last night.

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‘Unpredictable' Satellite Championship in the offing

Minor changes to the route of the Bestmed Satellite Championship could turn the racing on its head and make for an exciting and unpredictable finish on Saturday.

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Road Rangers synonymous with safe cycling

Rider safety has always been paramount for ASG Events race organisers and a close relationship with the Bestmed Road Rangers has ensured this critical issue remains top of the agenda.

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TransCape will give Gary Kirsten new perspective

With an intimate knowledge of the Western Cape, former Proteas cricketer Gary Kirsten is relishing the chance to view the region from a different perspective when he takes part in the TransCape mountain bike race next year.

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Tshwane Classic route a tourist attraction

As the nation's capital, Pretoria has a rich historical legacy which the city fathers are keen to promote when the Tshwane Classic road cycling race is held on November 5.

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Junior cooks do the rounds in the kitchen

Aspiring chefs from across the Eastern Cape gathered for some serious fun and exciting cooking at the SPAR Junior Cook competition, which took place at the Pastryworks Cooking School in Port Elizabeth recently.

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Madibaz's football vision bears fruit

Madibaz Football Club's vision to promote the development of juniors in the metro is bearing fruit after the Nelson Mandela University U16 side won three titles this year.

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Sevens tournament one to remember for Madibaz

It was all-out girl power as 14 teams took to the fields of Nelson Mandela University to contest the sixth University Sport South Africa women's sevens tournament in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

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UJ's Katlego Mabuza targets World Cup

University of Johannesburg's Katlego Mabuza, a force to be reckoned with throughout the Varsity Women's Football tournament, will now turn her attention to next year's Fifa U20 Women's World Cup in France.

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Main banks on climbing strength at Satellite champs

Competing as a solo rider, Dimension Data's Kent Main will be relying on his strength on the hills to make an impact when the Bestmed Satellite Championship takes place next weekend.

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