Sprinter Tamzin Thomas is one of nine members of the University of Johannesburg track and field squad primed to make an impact when the World Student Games take place in Italy next month.
The Madibaz karate squad will renew a keen rivalry with Walter Sisulu University when the University Sport South Africa tournament is held in Grahamstown later this month.
The Takealot Satellite Classic road race will show off a fresh look when it takes place at an important stage in the South African road cycling season in mid-October.
The opening stage of this year’s Takealot Jock Classic will be slightly easier than last year, but competitors will need to keep something in reserve during the three-stage one-day road cycle race on July 13.
The University of Johannesburg women’s hockey team will be aiming to improve their finishing skills when they challenge for the University Sport South Africa title next month.
When Ray and Carla Bibby scouted for a home that would offer them some “peace and quiet”, they found it – and much more – at Sardinia Bay Golf and Wildlife Estate.
Madibaz swimmer Alaric Basson has taken another step forward in his career by being included in the South African squad to participate in the World Aquatics Championships in South Korea next month.
A passion for the sport and plenty of hours in the pool paid off for Madibaz water polo star Casey Mcleavy when she was named the female player of the year at the recent Nelson Mandela Bay Aquatics prize-giving.
Pretoria mountain-bikers Philip Fourie and Francois Ebersohn led from start to finish to take the honours in their debut appearance at the Liberty Waterberg Encounter today.
After a fairly smooth first day, Liberty Waterberg Encounter competitors will face a somewhat more testing second stage when the mountain-bike race takes place from Friday to Sunday.