In commemoration of Youth Day, gsport recently caught with a few women in sport who have special messages for the young women in South Africa.
Icon Banyana Banyana footballer and gsport TUT MLS Internship Ambassador Refiloe Jane has a few key points to raise about being a student athlete, and anyone with an ambition to secure sporting colours has a reason to look this blog over.
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.
Vuma FM station manager and businesswoman Phindi Gule went from non-runner to Ultra Marathon finisher in only eight months. Now, she is determined to encourage more women to tackle the gruelling race, which has changed her life.
Biokineticist Letshego Moshoeu chats to gsport about her love for adventure, and how she became known as South Africa’s adventure freak. She is set to be the first black woman to participate in the gruelling ABSA Cape Epic, her first big adventure of 2013.
Early entries are invited for George’s increasingly popular Outeniqua Wheelchair Challenge (OCC) to be presented by Vodacom on February 20 next year. More than 650 athletes of all ages are expected to participate in the 2010 event, which offers a total prize purse of R229 000 for the 44 entry categories over four distances.
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