#TuksAthletics: Lockdown was a blessing in disguise for Van Rensburg
Posted on July 31, 2020
Tuks's 800m-athlete, Rynhardt van Rensburg, will have specific numbers in mind from next year when he challenges the stopwatch.
#TuksAthletics: Wenda Nel back in training after recovering from Covid-19
Posted on July 30, 2020
The Tuks 400m-hurdler, Wenda Nel, is back on the track training after she had recovered from the Covid-19 virus.
#TuksAthletics: Tuks-hurdler thrilled by the challenge of a good “hunt”
Posted on July 23, 2020
The South African 400m-hurdles champion, Lindsay Hanekom (Tuks), thought he knew what it is like to experience the ultimate adrenaline rush. Still, when he got to pull the trigger of a rifle on a farm outside Vrede, everything changed.
#TuksAthletics: Steenkamp still need to decide whether she is going to race
Posted on July 21, 2020
Should I race this season or should I not is the dilemma the South African 100m-hurdles record-holder Rikenette Steenkamp is currently facing.
#TuksAthletics: Tuks’s Olympic hopefuls allowed to resume training on the track
Posted on July 17, 2020
Tuks's athletes are at long last able to do what they love, which is to jump, hurdle, sprint or throw on a synthetic track again.
#TuksAthletics: SUNETTE VILJOEN AIMS FOR FIFTH OLYMPICS
Posted on June 29, 2020
SUNETTE VILJOEN AIMS FOR FIFTH OLYMPICS: "NO MATTER WHAT, I WILL GET BACK UP"
#TuksAthletics: Tuks hurdler never wants to wonder about what could have been
Posted on June 24, 2020
As a former Olympic Youth champion, Gezelle Magerman, made a promise to herself to never retire before she knows she has given it her all as 400m-hurdler.
#TuksAthletics: SA champ can’t wait to “fly” over the hurdles again
Posted on June 18, 2020
The South African 400m-hurdles champion Zeney van der Walt enjoys playing with her dogs, and from time to time to watch television but for her, the best is still hurdling at speed.
#TuksAthletics: Former SA 100m record holder reinvents himself during the lockdown
Posted on June 17, 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced the Tuks sprinter, Henricho Bruintjies, to have a serious rethink about life.
#TuksAthletics: Masked Tuks athletes draw a lot of attention on the road.
Posted on June 04, 2020
Athletes with hopes of maybe competing at next year's Tokyo Olympics are nowadays getting more advice than they need or want while they are training. Some have even become "video stars".
#TuksAthletics: Simbine resumes sprint training on a golf course
Posted on June 03, 2020
The Adidas/Tuks sprinter, Akani Simbine's "long sprint to freedom", started for real yesterday when he got to challenge his coach's stopwatch for the first time in ten weeks on a golf course in Kempton Park.
#TuksAthletics: Forget 2020, Focus on 2021
Posted on June 02, 2020
South Africa’s athletes are being advised to forget about competing this year, and instead start preparing for the 2021 season, given that the COVID-19 pandemic looks set to force the cancellation of all sport till at least late this year.
#TuksAthletics: Some of SA athletics’ most historical moments happened at Tuks
Posted on May 19, 2020
It won't be wrong to refer to the Tuks athletics track as to where athletes get to fulfill their speedy aspirations.
#TuksAthletics: 76-year-old Tuks coach still dreams of helping athletes break SA records
Posted on May 12, 2020
76 is an age where most might consider starting to tone down on their aspirations, but then again the Tuks athletics coach Hugo Badenhorst has never been most people.
#TuksAthletics: Tuks manager tells athletes to forget about 2020 and instead focus on 2021
Posted on May 07, 2020
South Africa's athletes should forget about competing this year and instead start to prepare for the 2021 season. That is the advice the TuksAthletics manager's Danie Cornelius is giving to athletes and coaches. The current coronavirus pandemic is why he is doing so.
#TuksAthletics: Leotlela glad to be on the track racing again
Posted on April 30, 2020
Tuks's Gift Leotlela can honestly claim to be South African athletics forgotten sprinter, but as it said you can't "slow" a quality sprinter down forever.
#TuksAthletics: Uncertainty is athletes enemy said Simbine’s coach
Posted on April 06, 2020
South Africa's foremost athletics coaches are uncertain as to what to do in light of the coronavirus outbreak lockdown.
#TuksAthletics: 19-year-old Tuks sprinter believes sub-10s over 100m is doable
Posted on April 03, 2020
There are not many who at 19 can claim to be one of the fastest athletes in South Africa ever. Phatutshedzo Maswanganyi can.
#TuksAthletics: Tuks sprinter not desponded about maybe not fulfilling World Champs dream
Posted on April 01, 2020
All spiked up but nowhere to speed, but the garden is the dilemma the 19-year old Antoinette van der Merwe (Tuks) is finding herself due to the coronavirus lockdown.
#TuksAthletics: Munyai says Olympic postponement will benefit athletes
Posted on March 26, 2020
An athlete's health does matter; that is why the South African 200m-record holder Clarence Munyai is not disappointed about the Tokyo Olympic Games being postponed until next year.