Simon Magakwe became the first South African to break the magical 10-second barrier for the 100 metres at the South African Athletics Championships in Pretoria on the weekend. Magakwe had the crowd on its feet when he stopped the clock in 9.99 ... AllAfrica.com, 2 days ago
Magakwe the first South African to break 10-second barrier - SouthAfrica.info, 3 days ago
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Having crested the nine-second plateau, newly crowned national 100m record-holder Simon Magakwe is aiming to make his mark at the global stage. An astonished crowd at the University of Pretoria's Tuks Athletics Stadium watched on Saturday as ...Cape Times, 3 days ago
Johannesburg South African sprinting king Simon Magakwe's historic run at the national championship in Pretoria where he broke through the 10-second barrier could see the country become a sprinting hub. The 27-year-old had the country abuzz when ...IOL, 3 days ago Magakwe sets benchmark for sprinters IOL, 3 days ago
Nash, however, is no doubt far more surprised these days that the barrier still stands firm, some 46 years later. At the age of 21, Nash clocked 10.0 seconds in front of a capacity crowd in Krugersdorp in April 1968, equalling the hand-timed ...Citizen.co.za, 4 days ago
Semenya's coach Maria Mutola said last month she hoped her charge would dip under two minutes at the national championships, but the SA record-holder said yesterday she was more concerned about regaining the two-lap crown. My target is the ...Citizen.co.za, 6 days ago
Simbine set the national junior 100m record of 10.19 in Lusaka, Zambia in 2012, and after struggling to build on that form last year, he has bounced back in the new domestic campaign. He clocked 10.13 at the Gauteng North provincial championships ...Citizen.co.za, 3 weeks ago
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Anything can happen, especially in an indoor competition, so my advice to the team is to do the basics first, Verster said yesterday ahead of the squad's departure. If you look too far ahead and focus on later rounds it becomes easy to make a ...Citizen.co.za, 1 month ago
When Amy Pejkovic's quest to represent Australia at the London Olympics was put on hold to conquer a more serious battle a life-threatening brain tumour the then 19-year-old high jumper vowed to make the most of every day. Two years later and ...Melbourne Age, 1 month ago Spring in Pejkovic's step after tumour battle Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago
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