The South African Institute for Drug Free Sport has confirmed that Aphiwe Dyantyi’s B-sample has tested positive for banned substances.
While Rassie Erasmus could have done with a quiet weekend before the World Cup team announcement, the Springboks’ preparations for the event are a lot better than they were four years ago, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Rassie Erasmus says Aphiwe Dyantyi’s lack of game time kept him out of the Springboks’ World Cup squad regardless of the outcome of his doping tests.
The South African Institute of Drug-Free Sport has confirmed that the test results of Aphiwe Dyantyi’s B sample should be known this week.
Bok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi has denied knowingly taking any prohibited substance after Saturday’s shock news that he had tested positive for a banned substance after a national training camp in July.
Springbok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi has tested positive for a banned substance after a national training camp in July.
It’s every player’s dream to play in a World Cup, but sometimes that dream is dashed by an unexpected piece of bad luck. JOHN GOLIATH identifies five unlucky Springboks.
Rassie Erasmus has managed to turn the Springboks’ back-three issues around by investing in specialist wings, writes DYLAN JACK.
Injured Springbok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi is back in training with the Golden Lions, but is only expected to be fit in three weeks’ time. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.
There is still no clarity over the availability of Lions and Springbok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi.