SA para-cycling champion, Toni Mould: Read about her life as an athlete, as a person living her best life in spite of living with disability, and about the amazing contribution she makes at Bridging Abilities, an NPO serving sporting community events to disabled learners from disadvantaged backgrounds
"I'm ready for my colours" - Read this hard-hitting personal account by rising para-cyclist Palesa Deejay Manaleng, who bravely concludes: "All I want to think about is national championships, and fighting for a spot in the team."
Her parent’s advice gave TUT Sports Marketing student Dibuseng Theresa Modise an inclination for independence, courtesy her dad, and for the pursuit of job satisfaction, courtesy her mom, and this former Milner High School Senior Victrix Ludorum is intent on making both count.
Leandra Smeda had the foundations of a sporting family, but credits hard work, personal discipline and self-belief as essential ingredients in athletes looking to make it at the international level
An activist for gender parity using sport as a unifying factor, SA’s first Federation of Gay Games Board of Directors member Hlengiwe Buthelezi has an inspirational story to tell in Women’s Month
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.
Get to know one of SA’s show jumping ‘youngbloods’, Investec Bank SCS leader Jeanne Engela, who shares her time between her ‘work’ home in Jo’burg and her ‘holiday’ home in Cape Town.
‘Nothing makes you appreciate running as much as not being able to!’ - Nolene Conrad on her return from injury in 2014 to winning the SA Senior Women’s 8km race at the SA Cross Country Trials.