Caster Semenya was the global sporting highlight celebrated among 19 winners crowned at the 2017 gsport Awards in Johannesburg on Saturday evening, memorialized by Cheryl Roberts’ declaration that the future is women’s sport.
Illustrious SA referee Aimee Barrett-Theron - the only South African referee on the panel of 14 - keeps breaking new ground after becoming the first female to take charge of a men’s match in a domestic competition.
Bridgitte Hartley and Melanie van Niekerk (Women's K1) Kyeta Purchase and Kerry Segal (U23 K1) lead their SA Marathon Canoe Champs fields on Saturday, to qualify for Team SA to the ICF World Canoe Champs in KZN.
A triumphant Gauteng narrowly beat defending champs Western Cape 47-46 in extra time to win the 2017 SPAR National Netball Championships in Durban on Saturday, 12 August, 2017
On This Day 25 Years ago: On 7 August 1992, Elana Meyer won a historic silver medal in the Women's 10 000m event at the Barcelona Olympics.
Olympic gold medallist Caster Semenya heads a formidable 2017 gsport Awards' list of 51 Finalists, with free public voting at the gsport website from 17 July to 7 August to decide the winner in each of the 17 categories.
South Africa scored a morale-boosting win against potent rivals India in Leicester on Saturday, to stay in the tournament log’s top four nations ahead of fixtures against Sri Lanka and Australia
Western Province out-muscled Border 15-13 in the final match of the National Girls U18 Rugby Week to claim the 2017 national honours, at the HT Pelatona Projects Stadium in Welkom