Andile Phehlukwayo and Khaya Zondo demonstrated why they are each considered such exciting talent in the recent Dolphins win over the Titans in the last Momentum One Day Cup match of the season. First it was Zondo, who hit six sixes on his way to a run a ball century; then it was the turn of young Phehlukwayo who returned with career best figures of 6/27 in 8.7 overs. Read more about their outstanding performances by clinking on the following link: http://dolphinscricket.co.za/dolphins-master-class-restores-some-pride/.
Leading women’s 400m hurdles duo, South Africa’s Wenda Nel and Denmark’s Sara Slott Petersen recently spent 8 days training together in Stellenbosch. Having met on the Diamond League circuit last year, they struck up a relationship that can be best described as a ‘Frivalry’.
Read about their time together and how competitors can also become friends in the article Friendship + Rivalry = Frivalry in the IAAF’s online magazine SPIKES: http://spikes.iaaf.org/post/wenda-nel-sara-slott-petersen-frivals