Four years ago, Palesa Manaleng thought any chance of a career in sport was over when she suffered a cycling accident that left her paralysed from the waist down.
Today the University of Johannesburg public relations student is the South African handcycling champion in the H3 category and planning a future which includes representing her country at a range of international para competitions.
The 31-year-old Manaleng won the SA title at the national road championships in Pretoria this month and said...
Löfstrand proud Vice Principal of 2019 PUMA School of Speed Series
Seen here: Gena Löfstrand at the PUMA School of Speed #1 that was hosted at Coetzenburg Athletics Stadium (Stellenbosch) in February 2018.
Photo Credit: Mark Sampson
Gena Löfstrand, South African middle-distance runner and Vice Principal of SA’s premier school’s track & field series, the PUMA School of Speed Series, is eagerly awaiting the final two meets, the PUMA School of Speed #4 (Pretoria) on Saturday, 02 March 2019 and PUMA School of Speed #5 (Potchefstroom)on Wednesday, 13 March 2019.
Global sports brand Nike has signed Banyana Banyana and Canberra United star, Refiloe Jane, in an exciting deal that will see the talented footballer proudly represent the Nike brand, both on and off the field.