Former South African Women’s Hockey Olympians support the #WhiteCard digital campaign as a sign of commitment to use peace through sport to unite nations.
South African sprint queen Bridgitte Hartley is hopeful of making her Olympic dream a reality as a cloud of uncertainty hangs over her qualification for the event.
Inspiring South Africa gymnast, Caitlin Rooskrantz, shows her support as the International Olympic Committee reschedules Tokyo Olympics to 2021.
South African athletes take to their social media accounts as they accept the decision made by the International Olympic Games Committee to postpone Tokyo 2020 until next year.
The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, originally scheduled to be held from July, will be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020 but not later than summer 2021.
As South Africa faces a 21-day nationwide lockdown, athletes will be hoping that the International Olympic Committee reschedules Tokyo 2020 amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
The International Olympic Committee hopes that the Olympic Games in Tokyo will continue, however the Executive Board will follow advice given by the World Health Organisation on the state of COVID-19
Double Olympic champion, Caster Semenya, announces that she will be switching to 200m races in order to compete at the Olympics in Tokyo
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400m hurdler, Wenda Nel, is eagerly awaiting the final announcement of the team that will travel to Tokyo for the Summer Olympics as she aims to make her second appearance at the prestigious event
Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy these leading stories involving South African women in sport making headlines this week