SASCOC sets Rio 2016 medal target - 23 May 2013
Gideon Sam, president of the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), has announced that South Africa will be aiming for 16 medals at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. read more
Vice-president of the Singaporean International Olympic Committee (IOC), Ng Ser Miang, who is campaigning to succeed Jacques Rogge as president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), has said he expects an Olympic Games bid from an African city in the near future. read more
Several of Athletics SA’s (ASA) provincial members have called for a special general meeting in order to regain control of the sport. Four provinces have requested that Zola Majavu, the appointed administrator at ASA, set up a meeting to discuss a shift of power in the country’s Athletics governance. read more
As England begin their summer of cricket today at Lords, commercial director of the England & Wales Cricket Board, John Perera, gives SportIndustry.biz an insight into the significant boost of broadcast revenue into the governing body’s revenue – and the ongoing impact of the growing Indian marketplace. read more
Joao Havelange has resigned as Honorary President of FIFA after he was found guilty of taking bribes, while his successor as head of football’s governing body, Sepp Blatter, was cleared of breaking any ethics rules – with his handling of the situation described as ‘clumsy’. read more
You have just got to get them to the point where they really hate you. When you get to that point you sometimes make them think about something else -- a split second of concentration lapse that could give you a wicket.
New Zealand's Neil Wagner speaks of his bowling techniques ahead of the second test against England.