South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Johannesburg)
SASCOC is South Africa’s national multi-coded sporting body responsible for the preparation, presentation and performance of teams to all multi-coded events, namely the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Commonwealth Games, World Games, All Africa Games, Olympic Youth Games, Commonwealth Youth Games and Zone VI Games. At SASCOC we also look after all our various National Federations who are affiliated to us, together with the various provincial sports councils. We are responsible for the awarding for National Protea Colours to athletes/officials who have met the criteria to represent South Africa in different sporting codes and arenas and we also endorse the applications for Bidding and Hosting of international events, providing these criteria are all met.
South Africa: Athletics - Uganda's Cheptegei and Chelangat Reign in Durban
Uganda's Joshua Cheptegei was touted as race favourite at Sunday's inaugural FNB Durban 10K CITYSURFRUN - and the 21-year-old World Championship 10 000m silver medallist lived up… Read more »
South Africa: Cross Country - SA Runners in Search of Elusive Medals in Kampala
Elroy Gelant leads a 20-strong charge on Sunday, as the SA team looks for its first ever medal at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships at the biennial off-road showpiece in… Read more »
October 05, 2016
South Africa: Another Impressive Win for Proteas As They Beat Uganda
The SPAR Proteas continued their winning ways in the netball Diamond Challenge at the University of Durban-Westville, when they thumped Uganda by a massive score of 59-27. Read more »
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