Sprinter Tamzin Thomas is one of nine members of the University of Johannesburg track and field squad primed to make an impact when the World Student Games take place in Italy next month.
An awareness ambassador for the Endometriosis Activist Society, 15 year-old Jenna Schubach will take on the 2019 FNB Platinum Trail Run on 2 June to raise donations for the campaign.
Haley Preen claimed her first Elite Women’s title at the Elgin Grabouw leg of the XTERRA South Africa Championship on Sunday, 24 February, throwing down the gauntlet in her pursuit of the coveted national title.
A student in Germany temporarily on home soil, Linda Detering made the most of her XTERRA debut to claim gold in the women’s Lite race, in a deserving time of 01 hours 11 minutes and 3 seconds. Photo: Mark Sampson
UCT 2nd-year Mechanical Engineering student Hayley Preen has grown up on XTERRA family weekends, and looks forward to starting the season doing the Lite and Full races on consecutive days in Grabouw on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 February.
Dominique D’Oliveira was on top form to win the much anticipated Fedhealth IMPI Challenge #4 Elite Race, at the scenic Wiesenhof Wildlife Park in Stellenbosch on Saturday
UJ student Alexa Pienaar retained her individual title when she beat Lauren Siddall in the final of the University Sport South Africa squash tournament, at the Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday
Confederation of University and College Sports Association Games in Botswana last month, almost doubling their medals tally from two years ago. Yoliswa Lumka, deputy head of the SA delegation to the Confederation of University and College Sports Association Games in Botswana, said they are extremely happy with the final outcome, this after Team SA more than doubled the medals won to retain the title they won in Zimbabwe in 2016.