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Triathlon is a relatively new sport on the endurance-sporting scene, but is growing rapidly in...

Johann Rabie and I (Team EAI Cycling) were among 600 teams who lined up for the Absa Cape Epic...

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There are a host of great sporting events and entertainment on offer this April.

The 12th Absa Cape Epic was Swiss legend Christoph Sauser’s last Epic as a professional mountain...

Self-talk your way to improved performance

As humans, we are prone to make mistakes and think negatively, but there are a handful of us who...

Matti Buys acid dropping into the finals.

While many of us have heard about the exhilarating sport of wakeboarding, wakeskating is the up-...

Niseko, one of the best powder-skiing destinations in world and the only truly international ski resort in Japan. Photo credit: Glen Claydon Photography (http://www.glenclaydon.com/)

Niseko’s reputation as one of the best powder-skiing destinations in world and the only truly...

Hannele Steyn, the woman of pure ‘Steyn’less steel, is a former South African mountain biking champion and provincial and Springbok colour holder. She recently crossed the finish line of the annual Trans Hajar Mountain Bike race in Oman this month after a gruelling 400 km route. She hopes to inspire more South African women to take up mountain biking as a sport.

My 12th Absa Cape Epic is done and dusted and, as always, over the past 12 years, I have enjoyed...

Seven women embarked on the trail to highlight the plight of the rhino, and the importance of women in the wilderness, as well as to start a global youth movement towards the conservation and preservation of species and wild places.

A group of seven intrepid adventurers, women from different backgrounds, came together on 7...

The team giving thanks to the crowd for their support after a match in the World League.

What you see is only part of what you get. That is the most important lesson I learnt after...