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.
Three flawless days from Abby Solms in the toughest conditions in over a decade saw her march convincingly to her first Dusi Canoe Marathon title, finishing at Blue Lagoon on Saturday
Her work in expanding the reach of Rowing SA to all of South Africa has earned the federation’s development officer Virginia Mabaso a berth as one of three finalists in the annual SA Sports Awards’ Administrator of the Year category
If you were to meet Bridgitte Hartley, she may describe herself as an optimistic blonde with a flair for sport.
What she won’t readily tell you is that in 2012, she made history at the Olympics when she bagged bronze in the K1 500m final.
It was South Africa’s first ever canoeing Olympic medal, and Hartley’s podium finish […]
Winners and guests at the 2014 SPAR gsport Awards name it the Best Ever
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
Alex Adie and Nikki Mocké dominated the two-day Breede River Canoe Marathon for the 2014 SA K2 River Marathon title on the weekend
Olympic medallist Bridgitte Harley dominates SA Canoe Marathon Champs for icy K1 win at Gauteng’s Homestead Dam on Sunday, while Abby Adie combined with Laura O’Donoghue for the K2 title