Congratulations to the winners of the social media activated competition offering 10 single invitations to the 2017 gsport Awards #GoGirls!
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.
Wheelchair Tennis South Africa General Manager Karen Losch says that the Federation’s efforts to empower young disabled girls through the sport remains their priority, and is very much ongoing.
There has never been a better time in history for women's sport, use gsport to your build your brand and enhance your profile in SA women’s sport #GoGirls!
Voting has closed at the gsport website, and the results will now be audited ahead of the 2017 gsport Awards winners’ unveiling, in Johannesburg on Saturday, 26 August.
A delicious cake courtesy Holi Cow restaurant enjoyed by a select number of Joburg-based Finalists marked gsport’s 11th birthday, on 1 August, 2017.
gsport has launched its Public Choice Award, with the first-ever recipient to be unveiled alongside winners at the gsport Awards on 26 August
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.