Legendary South African sprinter, Geraldine Pillay, is passionate about giving back to her community of Macassar to inspire the next generation of athletes. Pillay spoke to Celine Abrahams about her career post-apartheid, and encourages SA Olympic athletes to use COVID-19 lockdown to sharpen their skills.
On the eve of Freedom Day, we chat to South African running legend and 2008 gsport Hall of Fame inductee, Elana Meyer, about her decorated career, which saw her break a host of local and international records. She also tells Celine Abrahams about sport before and after SA’s readmission to the international stage.
South London born Michelle Moore is a changemaker who impacts global business and sport through her passion for developing people and organisations. Moore speaks to gsport Editor, Kass Naidoo, about how she unapologetically drives conscious leadership.
South Africa’s Olympic champion, Caster Semenya, breaks Cristiano Ronaldo’s record for the most reps in a 45-second core strength challenge
March women’s sport newsmakers announced in the lead up to second annual gsport Annual List event in December 2020.
Double Olympic champion, Caster Semenya, announces that she will be switching to 200m races in order to compete at the Olympics in Tokyo
Zinzi Chabangu chats about setting a new national women’s triple jump record beating Patience Ntshingila’s eight-year spell
With so much happening in women’s sport, it’s hard to keep track these days. Worry not, as we have selected some of our top reads to keep you company this Sunday. Share these stories with those close to you and let’s spread the word that our women in sport are thriving on the global stage. #SundayRead
Feast your eyes on the future as we highlight leading women who are pursuing national, Olympic and global dreams
400m hurdler, Wenda Nel, is eagerly awaiting the final announcement of the team that will travel to Tokyo for the Summer Olympics as she aims to make her second appearance at the prestigious event
Zene Jonker claims two gold medals at the PUMA School of Speed event held in Mbombela
Glenrose Xaba and Gerda Steyn to spearhead the South African team at the World Athletics Half-Marathon Championships