South Africa: How Team SA Fared On Wednesday

It was a busy day for Team SA at the African Games in Morocco on Wednesday and after a barren Tuesday they were back in the medals. They had started the day with 56 medals but added to it through cycling's Maroesjka Matthee (gold) and athletics' Wayne Snyman (bronze).

Here is a list of how Team SA fared (will be updated throughout the day).


Men's Team Recurve, quarter-final: Team SA (Morgan Blewett, Vivien de Klerk and Rhyn Potgieter) beat Ivory Coast 3-0 to qualify for the semi-finals.


Men's 20km walk, final: Wayne Snyman took the bronze medal in 1:23:38, only 50sec behind the winner.


Women's singles, quarter-final: Nita Scholtz beat Deborah Ukeh (Nigeria) 2-1 in 45 minutes to reach the semi-finals.

Women's doubles, quarter-finals: Nita Scholtz and Megan de Beer beat Aurelie Allet and Kobita Dookhee of Mauritius 2-1 in 47 minutes to reach the semi-finals.


Men's K1, 1000m, heat 1: Louis Hattingh won his heat in 3:55.764 to reach the final.

Men's K2, 1000m, heat 1: Jarryd Gibson and Louis Hattingh won their heat in 3:44.336 to reach the final.


Women's Road Race (65km final): Maroesjka Matthee won the gold medal.


Women's singles, semi-final: No2 seed Chanel Simmonds (pictured) beat No3 seed Sandra Samir (Egypt) 6-2, 6-2 to reach the final.

Still to Come


Women's javelin, final: Sunette Viljoen and Jo-Anne van Wyk

Men's 400m, final: Thapelo Phora, Gardeo Isaacs and Derrick Mokaleng


Men's K1, 1000m, final: Louis Hattingh

Men's K2, 1000m, final: Jarryd Gibson and Louis Hattingh


Men's singles, round robin: Kurt Lingeveldt

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