David Isaacson Sports reporter

David Isaacson is a sports reporter for the Sunday Times and TimesLIVE.

Boxing SA board makes sweeping changes, boots controversial manager

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Boxing South Africa’s (BSA) newly-appointed board on Monday announced it had made some big moves, like booting out one ...

Under-cooked Wayde van Niekerk ends third in 400m season-opener

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Wayde van Niekerk looked under-cooked in his 400m season-opener in New York on Sunday, finishing third in a race where ...

Medals for Coetzee, De Lange, but Chad and Lara still search for form

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Swimmers Dune Coetzee and Caitlin de Lange made the podium on the first night of the Barcelona leg of the Mare Nostrum ...

Prudence Sekgodiso wins again, but her world lead gets surpassed in US

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Prudence Sekgodiso notched up another international victory abroad on Saturday, winning the 800m at the Stanislas ...

SA rowers lose out in Olympic battle, now for ‘Spartacus’ fight-off for Games

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South Africa’s rowers were handed a double dose of pain in Lucerne on Tuesday as both the women’s double sculls and ...

Zizi Kodwa names new Boxing SA board with familiar faces to end fiasco

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Sport minister Zizi Kodwa on Tuesday named the Boxing South Africa board, ending a hiatus of five months during which ...

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Perfect Pillay earns silver to secure Wayde’s first medal in eight years

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Lythe Pillay delivered a brilliant final leg run to earn South Africa the men’s 4x400m silver at World Relays in ...

Wayde van Niekerk and co win Olympic 4x400m spot at World Relays

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Wayde van Niekerk and his star-studded South African 4x400m team booked their ticket to the Paris Olympics when they ...

SA fencer qualifies for Paris Olympics

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Fencer Harry Saner has won a spot at the Paris Olympics, earning his ticket at a qualifier in Algiers on Saturday.

Wayde van Niekerk returns to his first love in winning style at SA champs

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Wayde van Niekerk returned to his first love, the 200m, for the first time in nearly two years on Friday morning, ...