Leading women’s sport voice and facilitator at Sport and Recreation SA’s Women in Sport Policy roadshow, Dr Pam Serra, reflects on a significant session to advance women’s sport in the country
Before Banyana Banyana star Refiloe Jane jetted off across the oceans to join her new Australian football team, Canberra United, she made time to commit a few favourite memories to writing - Thank You, Refiloe, and Fare Thee Well! #GoGirls!
With 17 years of horse-riding behind her, Body Movement co-Founder and top SA Equestrian Tarishka Bakus attributes her early success to a regime of hard work and goal achievement, qualities that she hopes will see her participate in the World Equestrian Games and the Olympics
Following a well-rounded run league, the FFIL is preparing for the semi-finals that will see the top four teams battle it out for the finals and be crowned champions for 2018.
gsport provides a free self-publishing service to enable you to tell your women’s sport story. Today, TUT Sport and Recreation Management section head Dr Pam Serra discusses the powerful benefits of telling your story in this blog, a facility available to all gsport members to also tell their story.
SA women’s sport needs more support to improve and better compete on the global stage:- That’s the message from leading sportswomen who sent wishes to gsport on Wednesday 1 August, the online initiative’s 12th birthday.
Icon Banyana Banyana footballer and gsport TUT MLS Internship Ambassador Refiloe Jane has a few key points to raise about being a student athlete, and anyone with an ambition to secure sporting colours has a reason to look this blog over.
On the 26th July 2018, the 2nd and 3rd year Sport Management students from the Department of Marketing, Logistics and Sport Management at the Tshwane University of Technology, as part of an academic year assignment, hosted the launch of the 2018 season of the TUT Female Football Internal League.