Tanya Seymour’s 2020 Tokyo Olympic journey may have been cut short, but she has drawn in positives from her experience. She expresses her gratitude for the support received from the Olympic community as she chats to Babsie Kutwana #TeamSA #Tokyo2020
Skateboard sensation, Boipelo Awuah, withdraws from Olympic Games after fracturing her pelvis during practice for the street competition, but believes that being selected to represent SA was an amazing achievement #Tokyo2020 #ChooseDay
Team South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker and Bianca Buitendag headlined Day 4 proceedings of the Olympic Games earning silver medals on Tuesday.
International surfer Bianca Buitendag advanced to the women’s surfing quarter-finals, while swim star Tatjana Schoenmaker continued her winning ways on Day 3 at #Tokyo2020 #TeamSA2020
South African Diver, Julia Vincent, is enjoying her stay in Tokyo as she is one of two divers representing Team SA at the Tokyo Olympics, alongside Micaela Bouter #GoGirls @TeamSA2020
Tatjana Schoenmaker’s Olympic record in the women’s 100m breaststroke was the high point of Team SA’s performances alongside gymnast, Caitlin Rooskrantz, who scored an international Personal Best on Day 2 of #Tokyo2020.
Zambian captain, Barbra Banda, is making history in Tokyo, becoming the first player to score consecutive hat-tricks in a single Olympic Games #SundayRead #Tokyo2020
Team South Africa got the ball rolling at the Olympic Games in Tokyo on Saturday, 24 July 2021, in what was a challenging affair for Mzansi’s representatives #Tokyo2020
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
Women’s hockey goalkeeper, Phumelela Mbande, will carry South Africa’s flag at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympic Games on Friday #gsportGlobal #Tokyo2020
Former Ministerial Recognition of Excellence Awards recipient on the gsport stage, Geraldine Pillay-Viret, shares five top tips to encourage current Team South Africa athletes aiming for success at the Olympic Games in Tokyo #SheOwnsHerSuccess @Momentum_za
Three-time Olympian and 2012 bronze medalist, Bridgitte Hartley, makes her fourth appearance at the Olympics, this time she is part of a group of 30 individuals, looking to be elected as one of the four candidates to join the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes Commission #MondayMotivation