Ursula Grobler Chooses South Africa

Ursula Grobler Chooses South Africa

Ursula Grobler featured at her first Olympic Games at the age of 36, when she donned the green and gold in Rio in 2016, after packing up her life in America to pursue her African dream. Up until 2012, Grobler, who is a dual-citizen, raced for USA, but after failing to...
World Cup Winner Rene Naylor Comes Full Circle

World Cup Winner Rene Naylor Comes Full Circle

Twelve years ago, Rene Naylor broke new ground when she became the first ever female physiotherapist of the Springboks men’s team, having worked ten years before eventually receiving the call-up in 2008. After seven years at the top of her game, and having experienced...
Cox Investing in Future Hockey Stars

Cox Investing in Future Hockey Stars

Five years ago, Marsha Cox stood on the gsport Awards stage and announced her retirement from international hockey, as she accepted the Special Recognition award for her outstanding contribution to hockey. An emotional Cox spoke passionately as she told the gsport...
Urooj Mumtaz Khan: A True All-Rounder

Urooj Mumtaz Khan: A True All-Rounder

Former Pakistan women’s cricket captain, Urooj Mumtaz Khan, is a real all rounder, who is fast gaining the attention of the global cricket broadcasting community, as a rising cricket commentator. Alongside her passion for commentary, Khan juggles life as chief...
ITF Women’s Tournaments to Be Named After Ilana Kloss

ITF Women’s Tournaments to Be Named After Ilana Kloss

Tennis South Africa (TSA) has announced the two $25 000 women’s International Tennis Federation (ITF) World Tennis Tour events, taking place in Potchefstroom in March, will be named after well-known former South African No. 1 player and social activist, Ilana...