Seen here (from left to right): Nicola van der Merwe, Rose Xeyi (PUMA School of Speed’s first Head Girl) and Antonette van der Merwe in the Girl’s U19 100m. Photo Credit: Tobias Ginsberg Track & field supporters were treated to a speed storm of note today (Saturday, 02 March 2019) with junior track & field […]
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 […]
Seen here(in the centre): It was a clean sweep for Jessica Bompass (Pietermaritzburg) in the PUMA School of Speed Girl’s U19 100m (finishing time of 12.43 seconds) and PUMA School of Speed Girl’s U19 200m (finishing time 25.18 seconds). Photo Credit: Rogan Ward The Kings Park Athletics Stadium was buzzing with excitement on Saturday, 09 February 2019 […]
KwaZulu-Natal born musician Holley Rey perform live at the PUMA School of Speed #3 track & field meet, at Kings Park Athletics Stadium (Durban) this coming Saturday, 9 February 2019.
Sterling performances by some of SA’s foremost junior track & field athletes at the PUMA School of Speed #2, at the Ruimsig Athletics Stadium in Roodepoort on Saturday.
In celebration of Olympic Day in South Africa, gsport pays tribute to our Magnificent Olympic Seven who have proudly won 11 medals in green and gold at the highest level
gsport’s video wrap of the best of the weekend’s sports news, on Monday 30 July, 2018
gsport’s video wrap of the best of the weekend’s sports news, on Monday 23 July, 2018
Tuks student Rikenette Steenkamp set a new South African record on Sunday afternoon, when she won the 100m-hurdles in 12.81s at the Resisprint International Meeting in Switzerland
SA track darling Caster Semenya surprised everyone including herself at the Paris meet of the IAAF’s Diamond League, and credits a bold decision against using a pace setter for a career-best 1:54.25 on Saturday evening
SA middle distance track icon Caster Semenya laid down a wold lead time of 1:55.92 in the women’s 800m race at the 44th Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon USA
A short video clip of leading sports action during the week that was.