The Tokyo Summer Olympics will officially begin today, Friday, 23 July 2021, as South Africa will join more than 11 000 athletes from across the globe at the prestigious opening event at the Olympic Stadium #gsportGlobal #Tokyo2020
Media and Coverage
The opening match between the Oval Invincibles and Manchester Originals has become the most watched women’s cricket match across both international and domestic in the UK with a peak audience of 1.95 million viewers #gsportGlobal
#gsport16 Judges had their work cut out as they sifted through a stellar nominees list to shortlist top three finalists in each of the 20 categories for the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards. Finalists are set to be announced on 2 August #SheOwnsHerSuccess
National para-cycling champion, Palesa “Deejay” Manaleng and Spar Proteas captain, Bongi Msomi, lead #MandelaDay celebrations as women and men in women’s sport continue to make a positive impact in various communities in South Africa.
Tuks Professor of Sports Medication, Christa Janse van Rensburg and 25 researchers from across the globe, release a stellar consensus to assist both athletes and management to optimise performance and general health in sport #GoGirls
Four-time Grand Slam singles champion, Naomi Osaka, opens up to her fans about her life in the spotlight with a new docuseries on Netflix, which aired on Friday #GlobalFeature #SundayRead
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
Word artist, designer and cricket analyst for Lingwalagwala FM, Xolile Mabuza, aims to become the first black female to commentate in SiSwati. She chats to Nonto Nothana about her journey to date
South African international netball star, Lefébre Rademan, receives Members Player of the Season Award for her outstanding debut season for London Pulse #gsportGlobal
Former Banyana Banyana captain and gsport award winner, Amanda Dlamini, earns new role as Corporate Manager of the South African Football Association.
Three-time Paralympian and world number five, Kgothatso Montjane, has advanced to a historic first ever Wimbledon women’s wheelchair singles final.
Momentum continues to back women in sport, renewing headline sponsorship of the gsport Awards for a further three years #SheOwnsHerSuccess #gsport16