England’s Vitality Roses have eased to a 71-47 victory over South Africa in their opening fixture of the 2022 Netball Quad Series at the Copper Box Arena in London, on Saturday, 15 January. The match was highly anticipated for home team stalwart Geva Mentor’s 150th appearance in national colours, but it was substitute George Fisher’s […]
The International Chess Federation leaps forward in its mission of forming gender equity policies, practices and programs, declaring 2022 the Year for Women in Chess.
Momentum Proteas skipper Dané van Niekerk is out of the ICC Women’s World Cup after an ankle injury sidelines the inspirational captain from country duty in New Zealand
Fresh from winning the BO Classic in a new course record last week, Ethiopian middle-distance runner, Dawit Seyaum, emerged as winner of the Campaccio Cross Country Tour in Italy.
United States-based Zimbabwean motorcross rider, Tanyarwadzwa Muzinda, emerges as champion of the 125cc mixed two-stroke class at the 2021 Bartow National Motocross Championship Series in Florida
The national netball squad departs South African shores today as they jet off to take on the top three sides in the world, at the Netball Quad Series in London from 15 January
The International Basketball Federation has launched a promotional campaign ahead of the 2022 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup later this year. #gsportGlobal
Cricket South Africa has confirmed a revised scheduled for the Momentum Proteas’ home ODI series against West Indies starting on 25 January, ahead of the ICC Women’s World Cup in New Zealand this March
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Dutch Cyclo-Cross star, Lucinda Brand, put up a hard-fought performance to beat 19-year-old Puck Pieterse and win her sixth consecutive GP SVEN Nys women’s elite race in Hulst, Netherlands.
The International Judo Federation will honour top ranked judokas as part of their reward system to the athletes at the end of every year, where they will receive a U$10,000 cash prize.
A Momentum Proteas squad jam-packed with talent is gearing up for another crack at winning their first Women’s Cricket World Cup title, when the ICC global spectacle kicks off in New Zealand this February
After her solid second place in the 2020 N3TC Drak Challenge canoe marathon, Christie Mackenzie is hoping to shrug off the effects of Covid-19 in time to challenge for the 2022 title at the end of January