London Olympics 2012

 After £11 billion and seven years preparing for the Summer Olympic & Paralympic Games, the London 2012 Olympics will present 32 stunning venues throughout the city – from the ultra modern to the historic transformed. A high speed Javelin train and a brand new Thames Cable Car will greet millions of visitors and a multi billion global TV audience. When the 2012 Olympics begin – with a lavish Opening Ceremony…

July 27, 2012
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Olympics Cycling Schedule – London 2012

    Click on the SuperSport Broadcast schedule below so you can catch all the action! Notice from SuperSport: Please note that this schedule is subject to change at short notice. Last updated from Supersport.com on 26 July 2012. Click here for more info on London’s hosting of the 2012 Olympics as well as an interactive map of London Olympic Town!

July 26, 2012
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2012 Results, pics & videos: Hluhluwe Rhino Charge

CLICK HERE FOR 2013 RESULTS Results are out for race 3 of 5 in the MiWay Big5 Series – the Hluhluwe Rhino Charge which took place on Sunday, 22 July 2012 50km results 25km results Overall Series Results – 50km Overall Series Results – 25km For any results disputes, please email shane@nashuazulu.co.za. Please note that the overall series results are calculated as follows – your besdt four times count over the…

July 25, 2012
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Stewart wins at Walkerville

Brandon Stewart turned on the afterburners to claim his maiden victory in the Kia Walkerville Mountain Bike Classic, presented by ASG, in sub-zero conditions in Johannesburg on Sunday. The FedGroup-Itec Connect pro, from Hilton in KwaZulu-Natal, made an early break in the 60km main event and was later joined by RE:CM’s Waylon Woolcock. They matched each other all the way to the Walkerville Showgrounds, where the 15th edition of Gauteng’s…

July 25, 2012
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Ride the Rhino MTB Event

Help save our Rhinos and the Endangered Renosterveld. Date of event: Fri 5 October – Sunday 7 Oct 2012 From Langebaan to Durbanville: 3 Days in through beautiful West Coast, accross blossoming landscapes, during the school holidays, through wine farms with great homemade food! Where: Langebaan (Langebaan Country Estate) to Durbanville (Nitida Wine Estate) Black Rhino Trail (250km) Teams and Solos / 250 km / 4000m+ climb / Fully Supported and…

July 13, 2012
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Stewart eyes Walkerville win

South Africa’s top mountain bikers will launch the second half of their season at the 15th annual Kia Walkerville Classic, presented by ASG, on Sunday. In the absence of last year’s winner Max Knox and runner-up Philip Buys, whose respective European and Olympics commitments will see them on the sidelines, Gauteng’s biggest race is set to crown a new champion. Brandon Stewart of FedGroup-Itec Connect, third in his maiden outing…

July 13, 2012
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Lill gives team Bonitas first Mountain Bike race win

With most of the country’s top marathon racers on the start line, Darren Lill’s victory in the 80km mountain bike event at the Pick n Pay Weekend Argus Knysna Festival was a surprise to all but Lill. It was also the first major mountain bike race victory for a Team Bonitas rider. While his primary focus is on road racing, Lill makes the occasional foray offroad when the Team Bonitas…

July 11, 2012
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South Africa’s Stander wins World Cup Race in USA

South Africa’s hopes of an Olympic medal in mountain biking received a timely boost when Burry Stander (Specialized/USN) claimed victory in a dramatic Round 6 of the UCI Olympic Cross-country (XCO) World Cup in Windham, New York on Saturday. Stander, currently eighth on the International Cycling Union world rankings, has been touted as a likely medal winner at the Olympic Games in London next month. But his victory on Saturday,…

July 3, 2012
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Entries for sani2c open on Monday

  Participants in this year’s sani2c, which was presented by BoE Private Clients, will have the first bite at the cherry when entries for the 2013 edition open at noon on Monday, July 2. Organiser Glen Haw said the initial online entry procedure for the largest paired mountain bike stage race in the world would not be the rush-based method implemented for the most recent edition. He said successful applicants…

July 3, 2012
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Dreyer shatters record at race across South Africa

Seven-time Dusi Canoe Marathon champion and top adventure sportsman, Martin Dreyer, returned to competitive racing with a bang when he claimed the 2012 Freedom Challenge Mountain Bike Race Across South Africa (RASA) title on Friday night, shattering the course record in the process. Dreyer reached the finish at Diemersfontein, near Wellington in the Western Cape at 22h40 on Friday, 29 June, after starting in Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday 19…

July 3, 2012
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