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[LISTEN] SA athletes excel in face of heavy odds

| Wesley Botton says athletes have chosen to embrace what they were able to get from tertiary institutions and corporations.

JOHANNESBURG - Chief sports writer for The Citizen Wesley Botton says the corporate support and resources given to South African athletes at the IAAF World Championships in London has played a major role in their success so far.

Botton says there’s been very little, if any support at all from Athletics South Africa.

He says athletes are pleased with the standard of coaching and have chosen to embrace what they were able to get from tertiary institutions and corporations.

Listen to the audio above for more.

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