South Africa’s opening bat, Laura Wolvaardt, takes us through her #lockdown programme as she aims to keep fit behind closed doors and find new hobbies.
In 2019, Rene Naylor won a World Cup medal, over a decade after becoming the first woman physiotherapist of the men’s Springbok rugby team. She speaks to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of breaking new ground, leaving the job she loves to focus on motherhood, and coming back to achieve her greatest sporting high.
Due to the extension of lockdown and the continuous outbreak of COVID-19, Athletics South Africa postpones the Comrades Marathon until further notice.
CEO of the Sports Science Institute of South Africa and 2017 gsport Awards Ministerial Recognition recipient, Dr Phathokuhle Zondi, is fulfilling her dream of using sport as a tool for social development and transformation. Celine Abrahams speaks to her about what fuels her success, how she lives her purpose, and what motivates her.
With the cancellation of global live sport due to Coronavirus, gsport challenged itself to find brand new international stories to tell in an exciting 21-Day Challenge which coincided with the initial COVID-19 lockdown in South Africa.
1996 Double Olympic Champion and 2006 gsport Hall of Fame winner, Penny Heyns, is using her global experience to give up and coming athletes insights into the journey and what it takes to get to the top, as she chats to Celine Abrahams about her online training programme.
gsport selects some of the biggest stories featured on our website to inspire you as lockdown continues. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
Former badminton star, Simone Conley, talks to Celine Abrahams about working in Africa’s biggest football league, and making her mark in a man’s world.