The #gsport14 Judges have made their mark in support of deserving nominees at this year’s face-to-face Judging, ahead of the free voting starting at the gsport website from Friday 19 July!
Nominations have opened for the 2014 SPAR gsport Awards as South Africa’s longest running women’s sports awards celebrates its ninth edition this year
The ninth annual Wimpy/Rossi Bodyboarding Pro-Am is taking place at Margate Main Beach from May 2 to 4, and is set to entertain thousands of holidaymakers on a packed Margate main beach which has a reputation of attracting big waves, making for some spectacular rides and high-risk manoeuvres.
The ladies came out in full force to compete at the 4A-rated Wedge Classic in Plettenberg Bay, and spectators were amazed by their whole-hearted riding abilities, showing us all a thing or two about bodyboarding.
Karla Costa Taylor (Berea) stole the show on the Sunday at the Durban Beach Pro Am Bodyboarding event. The 2007 Durban Beach Festival was blessed once again with great Durban weather and a rising swell from a passing cold front.
The popular Durban Beach Festival in association with SABC and MTN is hosting the highest-rated bodyboarding contest of 2007 from 29 June to 1 July at Bay Beach, and is bound to attract the cream of the SA bodyboarding.
Two-times Women’s World Champion Karla Costa-Taylor and husband Alistair Taylor (both Durban) completely dominated the Wimpy/Rossi Pro-Am held at Margate Beach over the long weekend.
Defending champ Lize-Mari Ras (Durban) is amongst the top seeded bodyboarders taking part in the eleventh annual Margate Wimpy/Rossi Pro-Am Bodyboarding event at Margate Beach from April 27 to 29.
Bodyboarders from around South Africa are gearing up for the eleventh annual Margate Wimpy/Rossi Pro-Am Bodyboarding event which takes place at Margate Beach from April 27 to 29.
Top South African bodyboarding athlete Lyndall Pells has placed third in her first heat at the 2006 International Surfing Association’s 21st World Surfing Games, her two scoring waves counting to a total of 5.93, just behind second-placed Gemma Harris (UK) on a perfect 6.0.
The final day of the 20th Annual Bodyboarding Championships was an incredible sight, as the country’s top contenders fought for the glory of being named this year’s South African Champion.