Gymnastics South Africa CEO, Anne Vermaak, athlete turned administrator Kesa Molotsane and national netball captain, Bongi Msomi in line for Telkom Woman of the Year award at #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
The battle is on as SA women’s water polo team head coach, Delaine Mentoor, Gauteng Jaguars coach, Jenny van Dyk, and Gymnastics South Africa coach, Ilse Pelser, vie for top honours in the gsport Coach of the Year category at #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Olympic gymnast, Naveen Daries, track and field star, Reabetswe Moloi and rising cyclist, Ainsli de Beer vie for the gsport Emerging Athlete of the Year at #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Tatjana Schoenmaker’s Olympic record in the women’s 100m breaststroke was the high point of Team SA’s performances alongside gymnast, Caitlin Rooskrantz, who scored an international Personal Best on Day 2 of #Tokyo2020.
Young South African gymnasts including, Caitlin Rooskrantz and Phiwe Nhleko, are revolutionising Artistic Gymnastics globally as they reveal the importance of different apparatus they use for mental and physical health #GoGirls
Gymnastics South Africa express their delight with the success of the inaugural Skipnation rope skipping challenge #GoGirls
South African gymnast, Shannon Gardiner is over the moon after being selected to represent South Africa at the 38th FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships. #gsportGlobal
South Africa’s Olympic-bound athletes share their aspirations for the prestigious Games as they prepare to depart for Tokyo #gsportGlobal
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Excerpt: #GAL2020 recipient, Michaela Whitebooi, leads the third batch of athletes announced by SASCOC to represent Team SA at the Olympics, later in July #GoGirls
Four-time Olympic champion, Simone Biles sets new record for most all-around titles ever for an American woman after winning a record seventh national women’s all-around gymnastics title at the US Gymnastics Champs in Fort Worth, Texas. #gsportGlobal
SASCOC announces its initial Team SA squad including 27 women athletes who have earned call-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games starting end July in Japan
For the first time ever, two South African Women’s Artistic Gymnasts have qualified to go to the Olympic Games as Naveen Daries excels at the African Championships in Egypt to join best friend, Caitlin Rooskrantz in qualifying for Tokyo.