Leading Weekend Sports News video for 29 April, 2019
The 2019 Sizwe Medical Fund & 3SixtyLife ASA Senior Track & Field and Combined Events Championships at the Germiston Athletics Stadium rang in a host of new champions, with double national champ Caster Semenya leading the way with titles in the 1500 and 5000m distances
The final day of the 2019 Sizwe Medical Fund and 3SixtyLife ASA Senior Track, Field & Combined Events Champs saw javelin throw queen Sunette Viljoen clinch her 13th South African title at the Germiston Athletics Stadium on Saturday.
Taking the lead at the gun, Caster Semenya stormed clear to win the 1,500m national title in 4:13.59, finishing nearly 16 seconds ahead of the rest of the field at the Germiston Athletics Stadium on Friday, 26 April, 2019.
Caster Semenya has won her maiden 5000m national title, at the 2019 Sizwe Medical Fund & 3SixtyLife ASA Senior Track & Field and Combined Events Championships, at the Germiston Athletics Stadium on Thursday 25 April.
World champion Caster Semenya is a key drawcard in the hunt for national titles this week after being included in the entry lists for the Sizwe Medical Fund and 3SixtyLife ASA Senior Track & Field and Combined Events Champs, at the Germiston Athletics Stadium from Thursday 25 until Saturday 27 April, 2019.
In an effort to be fully inclusive, the invitation list for the SPAR Kids' Challenge in Port Elizabeth has been widened to allow young boys to be part of the fun event when it takes place on Wednesday, May 1.
Chief Director of Sport at Stellenbosch University and President of USSA, Ilhaam Groenewald writes on the factors that contribute towards under-representation of women in sport, and strategies to respond for a changing world