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The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) is hosting their ‘All Your Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Questions Answered’ Seminar on the 30th March at the Moses Mahbida Stadium in Durban, the 31st March at the Wanderers Cricket Ground in Johannesburg and the 20th April at the ETA College in Rondebosch, Cape Town. “A Therapeutic Use Exemption refers to a process... Read More

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On Sunday the I Play Fair Team participated in the Cape Town Cycle Tour, the world’s largest individually times cycle race. The South African Rugby Legends Association cycled as part of the I Play Fair Team to once again bring awareness to anti-doping in all forms of sport, from top level all the way down to grassroots level. Springbok Rugby Legends... Read More

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Dale Santon, a born and bred Capetonian from the heart of Mitchells Plain went from being a lean 110kg hooker who represented South Africa on the rugby field, to becoming overweight. Dale has only known rugby and he used his discipline and drive to forge his career as an elite athlete. From a young age where he represented Western Province... Read More

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Cape Town, March 2015 – The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) announced that the Springbok Rugby Legends will be cycling for the I Play Fair team by for one of South Africa’s largest sporting events, the 2015 Cape Town Cycle Tour, which will be taking place on the 8th March 2015. SAIDS CEO Khalid Galant has reiterated the importance... Read More