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TuksSport, the sport department of the University of Pretoria. The premier sporting University in South Africa & Africa. Where champions are made.
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TuksSport Nov 15
: We are looking for upcoming u9 and u11 talent to join the . Our skilled coaches and scouts will host trails and carry out assessments for the 2019 season from 3-6 December 2018. Contact Kabelo on 012 420 6001 for more details .
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TuksSport Nov 14
: Nash de Klerk took home the coveted Bridge Fund Managers Junior Series title and we couldn't be prouder. The win catapults de Klerk into the final of the Bridge Junior Series in April 2019! Well done Nash
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TuksSport Nov 6
: The annual Tuks Open never ceases to bring forth amazing talent. Walking away with the trophy in the Men's doubles category were 's own Henco Doman and Reynard Steenkamp who let their rackets do the talking. Well done gents
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TuksSport Nov 6
: Shaun Anderson keeps breaking barriers many think the world has imposed on him. 12 Handicapable Archers take part in the Jan&Lala competition on Saturday, which will see them challenge their own limits. More on:
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TuksSport Nov 5
: It was a challenging race to the top of the podium at the Open but in the end, Amy Oliver and Arista Siebrits proved the stronger pair in the Women's Doubles against Kyla Yelverton and Channelle Oosthuizen. Well done to both teams.
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TuksSport Nov 5
: The Tuks Open that concluded on Sunday 04 November was an interesting affair. For the first time, the Women's singles final was contested by two athletes. In the end Amy Olivier thumped Kyla Yelverton 6-3 6-2. Well done ladies
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TuksSport Nov 1
: Last night we took an exhilarating stroll down memory lane at the Centenary Celebration. Caster Semenya and LJ van Zyl were honoured with the Centenary female and male athlete awards respectively. More on:
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TuksSport Oct 31
: It is impossible to be surrounded by such amazing athletes and not be inspired to . Thank you for a memorable 100 years. Here is to the next Century
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TuksSport Oct 31
: June Mackenzie is the oldest living Athlete at 81. Truly part of the biggest reason we are here
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TuksSport Oct 31
: Entertainment also on 100 at the celebration. Blessed by the sweet sounds of
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TuksSport Oct 31
: Minister of Sport and Recreation Thokozile Xasa and Prof Cheryl de la Rey attending
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TuksSport Oct 31
Replying to @UPTuks @hpcRSA
: SA is a pioneer, attracting athletes who wish to train at challenging altitudes. This poses an opportunity for and - Mr Alec Skhosana
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TuksSport Oct 31
Replying to @TuksSport
: Our coaches have proved that SA athletes are not inferior to those of the rest of the world - Mr Alec Skhosana
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TuksSport Oct 31
Replying to @hpcRSA
: The is crucial to the development of sport throughout the country and not only Pretoria - Alec Skhosana
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TuksSport Oct 31
Replying to @UPTuks
ASA, the Government and need to follow up the reason young SA athletes who leave the country, may not come back as developed as they could be
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TuksSport Oct 31
Replying to @UPTuks
: As a well established University, did well in record keeping and preservation of sport information
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TuksSport Oct 31
Replying to @TuksSport
: Looked for the names of the athletes in history who took part at the Games in Antwerp and the first Commonwealth Games - Alec Skhosana
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TuksSport Oct 31
Replying to @TuksSport
: Established in 1918 TuksAthletics was born in the same year as Nelson Mandela and Mam' Albertina Sisulu
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TuksSport Oct 31
: President of , Mr Alec Skhosana takes to the podium acknowledging current and past champs and those behind the scenes who are present at
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TuksSport Oct 31
Replying to @TuksSport
: Excellence is about creating an environment where potential is nurtured and developed into greatness
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