The International Olympic Committee has appointed five-time Zimbabwean Olympian, Kirsty Coventry, to chair the IOC Coordination Commission for Brisbane 2032.
2021 gsport Coach of the Year, Delaine Mentoor, wants more support for SA women’s water polo as she eyes greater success for her and her team on the road to Paris 2024. #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Behind the scenes proceedings ticked over like clockwork for Team SA as Chef de Mission, Patience Shikwambana, Chief Medical Officer, Dr Phatho Zondi and Head of Media, Bronwyn Roets assembled a successful campaign #SaturdaySmile
Namibian long-distance runner, Helalia Johannes, concludes her Olympic journey on a high as the first Namibian to compete in four of the event’s prestigious Games #gsportAfrica
Marathon runner, Irvette van Zyl, thanks South Africa for supporting her Olympic Games participation as she was not able to complete the women’s marathon race on Saturday.
South African artistic swimming duet, Clarissa Johnston and Laura Strugnell, leave #Tokyo2020 with their heads held high after setting a new benchmark in the sport #gsportGlobal
Olympic swimmer, Kaylene Corbett, is over the moon after placing fifth in the 200m breaststroke final. She reveals her views on her performance and on World Record holder, Tatjana Schoenmaker.
Team South Africa’s Wenda Nel believes she can go faster as she progresses to the Olympic Games’ 400m hurdles semi-final round, set to take place on Monday. #Tokyo2020
South African Olympian, Michaela Whitebooi, may not be walking away with a fairy tale book ending after her debut at the Olympics, but she has taken memories and valuable lessons to keep embarking on her Judo journey.
South Africa’s swimming superstar Tatjana Schoenmaker wins South Africa’s first Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Gold Medal, setting a New World Record in the women’s 200m breaststroke final #Tokyo2020
South African Women’s Water Polo coach, Delaine Mentoor, expresses her views on how the current Olympic team has opened doors for the next generation to believe in their goals and aspirations on an international stage.
Swim sensations, Tatjana Schoenmaker and Kaylene Corbett, made history becoming the first two South Africans to compete in an Olympic final since the 2000 Sydney Olympics #Tokyo2020