Namibia’s Helalia Johannes became the first woman in the world over 40 to run 10kms in under 32 minutes when she sprinted to victory in the SPAR Women’s 10km race in 31.53 minutes in Gqeberha
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ICC has awarded ODI status with immediate effect to Associate women’s teams from Netherlands, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, Thailand and the USA, with performances counting towards qualification for the 2025 World Cup
The ICC honours Lizelle Lee as its Women’s ODI Cricketer of the Year, saying that the #MomentumProteas opening batter was in a league of her own this year, finishing as the highest run-scorer in 2021
#SundayRead: SA 400m T47 Para Athletics star Anruné Weyers has decided to hang up her spikes as a professional athlete, bringing an end to a prolific international career which includes Paralympic gold, and world champion- and world record-holder acclaim #GoGirls!
Akane Yamaguchi is the second Japanese Badminton female player in history to win the BWF World Championship title, in Huelva, Spain.
The final day of the Cricket South Africa U19 Girl’s tournament concluded on a high as teams played for pride and honour in the T20 format on Monday in Paarl.
NBA Africa appoints seasoned expert, Gbemisola Abudu, as Vice President and Country Head of the new NBA Africa offices in Nigeria. #gsportAfrica
East London surfer, Zoë Steyn, beats Kommetjie’s Sarah Scott to win the first-ever World Surf League Women’s Qualifying Series crown in Ballito on Thursday
Women’s’ sport has exploded since the FIFA Women’s World Cup. In her latest piece, gsport Founder Kass Naidoo looks at how global trends influenced gsport to forge a way forward commercially.
Following a gold medal finish at the 2021 Junior Pan American Games, the USA Softball U18 women’s team claim their fourth consecutive WBSC Junior Women’s World Championship title in Peru.
Cape Winelands beat Nelson Mandela Bay 66-54 to win the 2021 Spar National Netball Championship title and bring back the trophy to the Cape for the first time since 2016.
Team SA’s netballers maintain unbeaten streak to claim gold at the Region 5 Youth Games, beating Malawi 33-26 in the final in Lesotho on Wednesday