Nominations have opened for the 2014 SPAR gsport Awards as South Africa’s longest running women’s sports awards celebrates its ninth edition this year
Awarded the Order of Ikhamanga by President Jacob Zuma as part of the annual National Orders conferred on Freedom Day, the non-plussed paralympic star Ilse Hayes keeps her focus on what may be her final Paralympics in Rio 2016
SASCOC’s Operational Excellence Squad includes 12 women athletes as the country plans for even greater success at the 2016 Olympic and Paralympics in Rio.
Anrune Liebenberg ended the Paralympic Games for women athletes on a high note when she won silver in the 400m T46 Final. It was Liebenberg's second medal in London after winning bronze in the 200m T46 Final.
Third Paralympic Gold medal for Natalie du Toit in London as she wins gold in the 200m Individual Medley SM9. Du Toit, who now has 13 Paralympic gold medals, will swim the final race of her career when she takes on the 100m freestyle S9 on Friday.
Natalie du Toit has claimed her second gold medal at the Paralympic Games in London, while Shireen Sapiro claimed bronze, as Team South Africa’s medal tally went up to 15 on Tuesday night. The tally takes SA to 20th on the medals table, with three gold, five silver & seven bronze.
Natalie du Toit has won Team South Africa’s first gold medal at the Paralympic Games in London. The swimming legend is hunting seven gold medals as she looks to bow out in style.
All eyes will be on Natalie du Toit, winner of five gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, as Team South Africa arrive in London for the 2012 Paralympic Games. The South African team of 62 includes 19 women athletes, including two more medal winners from 2008, athlete Ilse Hayes and swimmer Shireen Sapiro.