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Proteas down the Windies – without Quinton de Kock

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The Proteas overcame the West Indies with a convincing first victory in the T20 World Cup despite being without Quinton de Kock who controversially made himself unavailable minutes before the match.

Unvaccinated tennis players could play in the Australian Open after all!

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A leaked email sent to Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) players said that unvaccinated players could still compete in the Australian Open after a 14-day quarantine.

Michael Jordan’s signed sneakers sell for a record-breaking R22 million

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A pair of Michael Jordan’s 1984 sneakers have sold for a mind blowing $1.5 million (R22 million), smashing the record for the most expensive sneakers sold at an auction.

Lucky on Monday: The final showdown

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Those who watched Rassie’s now infamous video will agree that, although long winded and rambling, Rassie was calm, logical, and, more than anything, correct in his criticism. This is no longer the issue.

The Proteas need a massive improvement if they are to avoid an early T20 exit

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The Proteas’ abysmal batting performance highlighted a major flaw in the team’s make-up during their opening defeat against a struggling Australia in the T20 World Cup on Saturday.

PICK OF THE SPORTS: The Proteas ready to blossom in T20 World Cup

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It’s no secret that the atmosphere surrounding the South African cricket team has not been particularly good lately.

Japanese website overwhelmed by complaints of sexualised female athletes

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A website created in Japan designed to prevent sexualising female athletes has received an overwhelming number of reports with a total of around 2,500 images reported since November 2020.

Irish gymnast blames slippery pommel horse for his big fail

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An Irish gymnast has pinned his poor performance at the World Championship finals on a slippery pommel horse which had been excessively cleaned and polished after a fellow athlete tested positive for coronavirus.

Former middleweight champ still not paid three years after injury

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Three years after hanging up his gloves due to an ear injury, former South African middleweight champion Christopher Buthelezi is yet to be compensated by Boxing South Africa.

Rassie, the world’s most famous waterboy, returns for year-end tour

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During the British & Irish (B&I) Lions tour of South Africa, rugby fans were amazed and amused to see Rassie Erasmus the South African Director of Rugby on the field during matches, playing the role of waterboy.