Former Ministerial Recognition of Excellence Awards recipient on the gsport stage, Geraldine Pillay-Viret, shares five top tips to encourage current Team South Africa athletes aiming for success at the Olympic Games in Tokyo #SheOwnsHerSuccess @Momentum_za
Track and Field
2014 Youth Olympic gold medallist, Gezelle Magerman, clocked a new Personal Best at the 1 Meeting Citta’ Di Mendrisio in Switzerland on Saturday #GoGirls
South Africa’s Olympic-bound athletes share their aspirations for the prestigious Games as they prepare to depart for Tokyo #gsportGlobal
2016 Olympic silver medalist, Sunette Viljoen, wishes debutant Jo-Ané van Dyk and fellow javelin athletes well as they head into the Olympic Games as she will not participate due to a shoulder injury #SundayRead
Team South Africa announce Rebecca Meder and Dunè Coetzee as latest inclusions to the list of swimmers who will represent the country at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Javelin star, Jo-Ané van Dyk, joins the athletics team #GoGirls
South African athletics teen sensation, Prudence Sekgodiso, set a new Personal Best time as she earn a second place in the 800m at the KBC Nacht van de Atletiek Meeting in Belgium on Saturday #GoGirls
Uganda’s Leni Shida and South Africa’s Deline Mpiti earn first and second place in the 400m race, respectively, in Italy at the Women XXIV Meeting International – Città di Nembro.
Seven-time Nigerian 100m champion, Blessing Okagbare, dipped within 11 seconds for the third time this season at the P-T-S athletics competition in Slovakia to smash the previous record held by Czech Republic icon, Jarmila Kratochvílová. #SaturdaySmile #AfricaFocus
Youth Olympic gold medallist, Gezelle Magerman, is working hard to qualify for the prestigious Olympic Games in Tokyo. She chats to Babsie Kutwana about her preparations and using her experience to remain grounded #WCW
SA’s Track and Field superstars Caster Semenya and Glenrose Xaba narrowly miss out on qualifying for the Olympic Games at the BackTrack Newton Classic Qualifier in Durban, look forward to running a qualifying time at the African Continental Champs.
South Africa’s track and field superstars Caster Semenya and Glenrose Xaba will be among athletes at Kingspark Athletics Stadium in Durban on Friday, as they aim to qualify for the Olympic Games end July. #GoGirls
SASCOC announces its initial Team SA squad including 27 women athletes who have earned call-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games starting end July in Japan