Athletics SA runs into Covid hurdle

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ASA president James Moloi said the news had come as a disappointment to them, given the advanced stage of their preparations for the trials. Photo: Gallo Images
ASA president James Moloi said the news had come as a disappointment to them, given the advanced stage of their preparations for the trials. Photo: Gallo Images

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The national cross-country trials, which were scheduled to take place in Potchefstroom in North West next Friday, were postponed after ASA found out that the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) would not be holding the African Championships event this year.

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