Who would you pick in a 15-man Springbok starting team from Heyneke Meyer's 38-man squad? Email Sport@news24.co.za with your thoughts.
Get Sport24 on your mobile
Zurich - Olympic 800m champion David Rudisha suffered a shock defeat at the Weltklasse Diamond League meeting on Thursday.
The Kenyan, who also set a world record to win gold in London, lost out to Ethiopia's Mohammed Aman on a cool, wet evening in Zurich.
Rudisha, assisted by a pacemaker, sped away on the first lap but clearly went too early as the pack caught up with him around 200m from the end and Aman passed him on the bend to win in one minute 42.53 seconds.
"My legs felt tired and I cannot run good if the weather is not good," Rudisha told reporters. "I hoped for a fast race here and I'm a little disappointed."
American Tyson Gay was disqualified for a false start as Jamaican Yohan Blake won the 100m in 9.76 seconds and Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Price easily took the women's 100m.
The Jamaican beat Carmelita Jeter into second place after losing out to the American twice since the Olympics in Lausanne and Birmingham.
Follow Sport24 on Twitter and Facebook
24.com publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.
GEN De La Rey says the Stormers have had a pretty bad run when it comes to refs, assistant refs and TMO calls this season. He says such glaring ref errors have no place in the professional game.
View Results |
Follow Sport24 on Twitter
Sign up for Sport24's Morning Glory newsletter
Yes your opinion counts. Get it out there
Enter and win with Sport24!
Sport24 on your mobile phone - WAP, alerts, downloads, services
Stay in the loop on your BlackBerry
Latest Sport24 news on your iPhone
"Like" Sport24's Facebook page
Plan your couch time with our searchable sport TV guide
Sport news delivered really simply.
24.com: Legal notices
Advertise on 24.com
24.com. All rights reserved.