Connect to share and comment

Athletics: Pistorius wants to resume training

Paralympian sprint star Oscar Pistorius is considering resuming training following the easing of the stringent bail terms imposed after he was charged with murdering his girlfriend, his manager said Thursday. "He said he is considering coming back into training," manager Peet Van Zyl told AFP after talks with the double amputee. "Obviously he thinks it is good for him to go back into training and put some form of routine back into his life," Van Zyl said.

Golf: Van Zyl defies wind to lead Africa Open

South African Jaco van Zyl defied winds that reached 30 kilometres an hour and temporarily halted play to take a two-stroke clubhouse lead Thursday in the first round of the Africa Open. Seeking his first European Tour victory, 33-year-old Pretoria-born Van Zyl carded halves of 35 and 31 on the tight par-72, 6066-metre course overlooking the Indian Ocean. Englishman John Parry shot a 68 for second place with his round including seven birdies and three bogeys.

Cricket: South African Series scores

Brief scores after second day of South African Cricket Series final-round matches Friday: At Port Elizabeth Highveld Lions 157 and 226-2 (A. Petersen 105 no, N. McKenzie 84 no) v Warriors 135 (A. Prince 41, D. Jacobs 30; G. Viljoen 3-27, Z. de Bruyn 3-28) At Centurion Dolphins 456 (V. van Jaarsveld 101, D. Smit 79, K. Zondo 51; R. van der Merwe 3-80, M. de Lange 3-81) and 68-2 (Van Jaarsveld 22 no) v Titans (holders) 218 (J. le Clus 42, S. von Berg 39; M. Shezi 4-47, K. Maharaj 3-54) At Bloemfontein
Syndicate content