As they say, all good things must come to an end! And that’s where Amanda Coetzer finds herself after a decade and a half in the glare of the sporting […]
Since Amanda Coetzer’s retirement from competitive tennis, South Africa has struggled to unearth a women’s star who has been able to make it big internationally.
The SPAR National Women’s Hockey team head off to Dublin in a few days time for a four-nation tournament (also including Ireland, Scotland and Germany), followed by a two-test […]
Last month, gsport’s featured sport of the month was Rugby. But as the month progressed, we realised that more women are taking to touch rugby, than the traditional game, and […]
It has been said that women’s soccer is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. In the United States of America alone, more than two […]
Last year, the Springbok women’s rugby team represented South Africa at the IRB Women’s Rugby World in Canada.
No stranger to breaking records, Jenny Bentel is the first South African woman referee to officiate a Women’s World Cup game last year, and in 2005 became the first woman to […]
At the Features Desk of gsport, we’ve been aware that a piece on Dance Sport is long-overdue, and we’re delighted it’s arrival coincides with the May issue’s Retreat theme.
Elana Meyer is one of South Africa’s top women athletes, having set 23 South African records, and her domination of the domestic road running scene is without peer, having lost […]
Khetsiwe has been making quite a splash in the media recently, including a quarter-page interview by The Star journalist Linda Mbongwa and photographer Bongiwe Mchunu in the Joburg-based daily newspaper’s […]
Some of South Africa’s top female chess players will be in action later this month when the Gauteng Junior Chess Association hosts the South African Ladies Open Chess Tournament at […]
Easter Saturday will see 25 000 runners take part in the annual Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon presented by Nike, making it the biggest ever running event in South Africa. […]