Hard work pays off as Daryl Impey makes his move Down Under

SA cyclist continues to pick up bonus seconds in Australian race

JOHN COCKAYNE: Golf has one up in entertainment field than most other sports

Rugby wastes time, soccer has professional fouls and cricketers tamper and sledge

Recovering Hank McGregor guarded on Drak chances

SA paddling king had a tough final three months in 2019 after contracting shingles

Lerena in shock as UK’s Moore gets ride on Rainbow Bridge

‘World’s top jockey’ to take the reins of the 9-2 second favourite in the Sun Met

Djokovic digs deep to beat Struff in Melbourne opener

Rain interrupts programme in normally hot Australian summer weather, with more forecast

Uphill battle for two-time Down Under winner Daryl Impey

SA cyclist’s chances for triple success hinge on successful climbs into Paracombe and Willunga

‘My face is everywhere’ — Ashleigh Barty feels the love at Australian Open

Following an indifferent start, the world No1 is happy, healthy and raring to go

Novak Djokovic again the man to beat at Melbourne Park

Serb superstar takes his game to another level on the blue hardcourts of Melbourne

SA’s first black world boxing champion dies

‘Terror’ Mathebula was the first South African  to win a world title fighting in a foreign country

Matt Kuchar wins in Singapore Open despite seventh-hole meltdown

American grabs victory with birdies on the 16th and 18th to hold off Rose challenge

SA’s tennis star Lloyd Harris upbeat ahead of Aussie Open

Capetonian will climb from 91 to 72 after reaching his maiden ATP Tour title final

Barty bids to end Australia’s 42-year wait for glory

World No 1 carries the hopes of host nation for a home-grown champion

Too soon to back Met favourite, warns bookmaker

Hawwaam could drift out to 2-1 with red-hot Vardy one of three serious contenders

Tsitsipas poised to disrupt the Big 3’s monopoly on tennis

Greek rising star is aiming for a Grand Slam breakthrough in 2020

Carlos Sainz ups Dakar lead with win in 10th stage as Fernando Alonso rolls

Mini buggy driver extended his lead from 24 sec to 18 min 10 sec

Five women to watch at the Australian Open

History beckons for Serena Williams, but she must overcome the likes of Barty, Osaka and Gauff

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