Hedda Wolmarans Packs a Mean Punch

Hedda Wolmarans Packs a Mean Punch

South African junior welterweight female boxing champion, Hedda Wolmarans, hardly lets her guard down because in her sport, one wrong move could result in a TKO. Nicknamed Shredder, Wolmarans is no walkover in the ring. Her first fight as an amateur boxer nine years...
Jen Wilson Leading the Way on the International Scene

Jen Wilson Leading the Way on the International Scene

South African triple Olympian hockey player, Jen Wilson, has taken on the international coaching scene by storm over the past few years and she hopes to continue to use her experience and acquired knowledge to positively influence the future generation of hockey...
Lunga Ntuli Encourages Men to Back Women in Sport

Lunga Ntuli Encourages Men to Back Women in Sport

July has been marked as Men’s Month and we have decided to shine the spotlight on the incredible male figures who continue to play their part in uplifting women’s sport in South Africa. To kick start our series, we reflect on the journey of 2009 gsport Volunteer of...
Amanda Pakade Readies MSSA for Global Success

Amanda Pakade Readies MSSA for Global Success

Mind Sports South Africa President, Amanda Pakade’s first term in office has seen her live up to her personal hashtag – #IWasBornToMakeAnImpact! Indeed an impact was evident in the lives of athletes as soon as she took office. Pakade was co-opted as President of...
Adelle Tracey Deals with Dyslexia Through Sport

Adelle Tracey Deals with Dyslexia Through Sport

British middle-distance runner, Adelle Tracey’s inspirational life story of dealing with dyslexia through sport resulted in her appointment as the first-ever Challenge Events Ambassador for Dementia UK. The 800m runner has been vocal about her challenges suffering...