Tokyo Olympic silver medalist and Diamond League winner, Christine Mboma extends her 200m unbeaten season streak in Europe, beating all comers at the Boris Hanžeković Memorial in Zagreb, Croatia
South African Radio DJ and Events MC, Poppy Ntshongwana, has completed 100 runs in 100 days, displaying immense discipline and commitment, as she incorporates an active lifestyle into her daily routine. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her fitness journey #gsportFitness
Marikana Boxing Club’s Asande Simelane has her eyes set on becoming the next best female boxer in South Africa as she wants to follow the path of Noni Tenge and Bukiwe Nonina #GoGirls
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At 27, Chayma Nahdi, became the first-ever female umpire from Tunisia to officiate at the Africa Senior Table Tennis Championships #gsportAfrica
Winning the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards Volunteer of the Year accolade has opened doors for Sandile Lukhele as he plans to use his new opportunities to assist young girls further their cricket careers #gsport16
River paddling star, Christie Mackenzie, showed impressive form winning the SA K1 River Championship title at the recent Standard Bank Liebenbergsvlei Canoe Marathon.
Eighteen-year-old, Emma Raducanu, will rise from 150th to 23rd in the world after her sensational US Open victory, which sees her become the first ever qualifier to win a Grand Slam and Britain’s first female Grand Slam champion since 1977. #MondayMotivation #gsportGlobal
Jaguars continued with their winning ways beating Flames 66-19, finishing the first leg of the Telkom Netball League unbeaten and top of Division One.
Women are making strides in football on the African continent both on and off the field as the South African Football Association highlights the outstanding achievements of female athletes and leaders.
Rowing South Africa held an SA National Indoor Rowing Extravaganza to educate non-rowing schools and members of the public about the sport.
Namibian sprinters, Christine Mboma and Beatrice Masilingi will compete in the women’s 200m event at the Boris Hanzekovic Memorial race in Croatia. #gsportAfrica