It’s taken Paarl Girls’ High student four years to go from novice to a budding Spur Schools MTB League Rising Star, and she’s got her eager eyes set on the SA cycle classic, ABSA Cape Epic.
Star on the Rise: The newly-appointed coach of the SA girls team at the African Youth Games – and former SA hockey international, Tsoanelo Pholo has recently earned her FIH Level 4 coaching accreditation
Palesa “Deejay” Manaleng, 31, a UJ student and journalist has been selected as one of the 100 Young Mandela’s of the future. Through her leadership, creativity, resilience, vision and compassion, Palesa has made incredible efforts to make a difference in the lives of others and shown persistence to achieve her dreams against all odds.
A love of the open road has inspired SA icon Tanith Maxwell ever since trying out her first pair of runnings shoes at age eight, and with a 2018 Comrades Marathon fourth-place finish as testament, she is not done yet.
Refiloe Jane takes readers through a blow-by-blow account of the launch of the gsport-TUTMLS Internship program, and her inaugural Youth Talk delivered to mark the occasion
Read how Ann Ashworth achieved her childhood dream of winning the Comrades Marathon on her seventh attempt. Great lessons on a #FlashbackFriday #FF from a #ProudlySouthAfrican champion! #GoGirls
#MondayMotivation: Sport Psychologist Dr Kirsten van Heerden shares some expert thoughts about the importance of relying on supportive relationships, and finding your purpose, when working through the dark days in search of success.
Former Banyana Banyana star and current coach of the world-cup bound SA U17 women, aka Bantwana, these are among the legendary accolades already captured by Simphiwe Dludlu, an inspiring SA woman in sport who encourages women to succeed – Not to prove the point, but to be their best.
She’s just about reached the pinnacle of academics in her field of speciality, and a passion to enable South Africa’s athletes on and off the field may yet see a spectacular career change for Dr Pam Serra, Section Head of Sport and Recreation Management within the Department of Marketing, Logistics and Sport Management at Tshwane University of Technology.
Fitter and stronger than ever before, dirtbike champ Kirsten Landman will look to hunt down her demons in the 2018 National Cross Country Championship – including the Toyota Kalahari Botswana 1000 Desert Race, scene of her devastating 2013 crash.
She has long held a dream of giving back to the sport she loves, and this weekend former national netball captain Zanele Mdodana will launch her Netbasics Netball Clinic to give back to tomorrow’s stars at the Nelson Mandela University’s open courts on Saturday.
Third-year Sport Management students at Tshwane University of Technology are excited to emulate the success of the 2017 TUT Female Football Internal League, which morphed into a movement of mass participation, talent identification and women empowerment in sport.