Who I nominated for the Laureus Sports Awards
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Reviewing the SA Hockey series against Austria
The 10 Events we are excited for in 2015

South Africa Indoor Hockey Men take on the World Cup

Indoor Hockey (2)

The South African Indoor Hockey sides head off to the FIH Indoor Hockey World Cup in Germany this week in an attempt to take on the best of the best in the shortened indoor version of the game. Today we Continue reading

Adidas: There will be Haters

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Adidas have long been one of the leading sponsors in world football. In recent years they have sponsored the Germany World Cup winners, Bayern Munich the Champions League Champions and Chelsea the current league leaders in England. The name of Continue reading

Who I nominated for the Laureus Sports Awards

Laureus (2)

I have had a long time affection for the Laureus Foundations and the incredible work they have done around the world. I have also been a long-time admirer of the Laureus Sports Awards, much like a lifestyle blogger would love Continue reading

The 10 Events we are excited for in 2015

2015 (1)

 2015 is a few days old and many of us are back at work and back to the rat race. As we start to plan our year ahead we need to plan for the obvious big things like weddings, child Continue reading

Reviewing the 2014 SA Sport Year

EINDHOVEN, THE NETHERLANDS - Wednesday 07 August 2013, Chad le Clos from South Africa swims to a new world record in the 200m butterfly during the FINA World Cup held in Pieter van den Hoogenband swimming stadium in Eindhoven.Photo by Sander Chamid/SCS/ImageSA

2014 is racing to its conclusion quicker than expected and has left us with some incredible memories along the way. In our end of year review, we look at the best of the year from a South African sport perspective Continue reading

How the EPL is taking shape… After 16 Rounds

EPL Run in 5

Written by Marcel Sigg Chelsea: Chelsea’s grip on the EPL title race is loosening slightly with some results going against them, especially the defeat to Pardew’s Newcastle when Cisse scored two to condemn the Blues to their first defeat of Continue reading