gsport’s video wrap of the best of the weekend’s sports news, on Monday 5 November, 2018
University of Johannesburg women's soccer captain Thato Letsose was delighted to be named Sportswoman of the Year at UJ's annual gala awards function at Randpark Golf Club in Johannesburg.
"I'm ready for my colours" - Read this hard-hitting personal account by rising para-cyclist Palesa Deejay Manaleng, who bravely concludes: "All I want to think about is national championships, and fighting for a spot in the team."
Squash star Alexa Pienaar kept the University of Johannesburg flag flying high when she won the silver medal at the World University Squash Championships women's event earlier this month.
SASOL Emerging Athlete of the Year at the 2018 gsport Awards, double Commonwealth Games gold medallist Tatjana Schoenmaker says that we should be on the look-out for much more swimming talent coming over the horizon - good news for Swimming in SA! #WCW
Second seeds Mariska Venter and French partner Emmanuelle Morch claimed their first ITU level 3 title as a pair, when they beat Macarena Cabrillana and Michaela Spaanstra to win the Ath Open doubles title in Belgium on Saturday
World no. 58 and rising SA wheelchair tennis champ Mariska Venter made it to the singles final of the Memorial Jens Open, and paired up with Donna Jansen to defend her doubles crown, in Antwerp on Sunday.
22-year-old SA Rugby Referee Ashleigh Murray has been named amongst the 25 match officials from 15 unions for the 2019 HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series