Ezinne Kalu: Choosing Nigeria Over USA

Ezinne Kalu: Choosing Nigeria Over USA

2019 Afrobasket Championship Most Valuable Player, Ezinne Kalu-Phelps, regards her decision to represent Nigeria ahead of her adopted country US as her best move yet. Born in New Jersey to Nigerian parents, many expected her to trial out for the USA Women’s National...
Asnath Sebati Impacts Lives of Future Tennis Stars

Asnath Sebati Impacts Lives of Future Tennis Stars

Asnath Sebati is a firm believer in working hard to achieve success not be afforded opportunities because of the colour of her skin, or to tick the quota box. She wants to make a real difference in the lives of future tennis stars. In 2019, the junior tennis coach...
Tiffany Keep Keen to Build on Double African Success

Tiffany Keep Keen to Build on Double African Success

2019 double All Africa Games gold medallist, Tiffany Keep, is only 19 years old, but if her early success is anything to go by, she is destined for greater things in cycling. Her memorable debut, winning the Herald Continental Cycle Tour, was an early indication of...
Josephine Ojinene Dreams to Represent Nigeria

Josephine Ojinene Dreams to Represent Nigeria

Braveheart Ladies team captain, Josephine Ojineme, felt like giving up on her football career when she fell into depression during the Covid-19 lockdown, but her passion for the game encouraged her to continue chasing her dream. Ojineme, whose big dream is to play for...
Justine Palframan on the Comeback

Justine Palframan on the Comeback

It is five years since Justine Palframan won 400m gold at the World Student Games in Gwangju, South Korea, and nearly 10 years since she broke the South African 400m youth record in the Zone 6 Games in Swaziland. This seasoned athlete is looking to achieve another...