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

South Africa at the Australian Open

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The Australian Open has come and gone and the first grand slam is over. Stan Wawrinka and Li Na confounded the pundits as they each won their first and second Grand Slam titles respectively. After two weeks of blistering heat, dehydration and Continue reading

Australian Open – 5 Questions to be Answered

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The Australian Open, the first grand slam of the year, got underway this morning. Besides the Dakar Rally, this is the first premier sporting event of the year and many will be watching with awesome anticipation and expectancy of their Continue reading

A Look Back at 2013

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2013 has been a fantastic year with exceptional highs and obviously some bitter lows. Here is our farewell to all things 2013. Football As we cover a fair amount of football on All Things Jabu, it seems that it is Continue reading

The Ten Greatest Wimbledon Upsets

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  The past three days have seen countless upsets at Wimbledon. From Nadal losing in the first round, to seeing Federer’s 36 Grand Slam Quarter Final end dead. We also saw Sharapova, Jankovic, Azarenka and Wozniacki losing out to lower Continue reading

Wimbledon 2013 – The Big Five

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Wimbledon is without a doubt my favourite tennis tournament in the world. I don’t know if it’s the all-white attire, the years of British heart ache, the lawn that they play on, the strawberries and cream or just the quality of Continue reading

The Greatest Derbies and Rivalries

There’s something great about watching a derby match, from the local Orlando Pirates vs Kaizer Chiefs game to the Bulls vs The Stormers. It’s the history and the passion, it’s fascinating and it truly draws you in. It’s the game Continue reading

2011: A year to forget for South African Sport

In a year when so much was expected of South African sport, so little has been delivered. Fresh in the memory will shine the Bafana debacle and the Bokke injustice, but there is a lot more that’s gone wrong in Continue reading