South Africa’s leading wheelchair tennis player, Kgothatso Montjane is gearing up for her third Wimbledon semi-final appearance after a three-set win against Angelica Bernal on Thursday #GoGirls
Sport with Disability
South African Paralympian, Louzanne Coetzee, feels privileged and is looking forward to serve as para-athletes’ representative for the SASAPD. She will represent her peers on the National Executive Committee on a four-year term #SaturdaySmile
South Africa’s leading wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso Montjane, draws positives and is looking forward to the future after bowing out of Roland Garros. #GoGirls
South Africa’s leading wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso Montjane, will be looking forward to making the most of Roland Garros in the doubles semi-final round. #GoGirls
South Africa’s leading wheelchair tennis ace, Kgothatso Montjane, made a winning start to her campaign with a straight-sets win over American Dana Mathewson on Friday, to reach the French Open semi-final round. #GoGirls
Para-athlete Simoné Kruger beat her own previous F38 discus World Record by almost 2 metres at the AGN League Meet at Tuks on Saturday. #GoGirls
Paralympic star runner, Louzanne Coetzee, is well on her way to achieving her heart’s desire of competing at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo. She chats to Nonto Nothana about her inspiring athletics experiences. #GoGirls
Champion para-athlete, Maria Combrink, set a new World Record in the Women’s F64 Shot-Put event at the recently concluded Toyota SASAPD Championships and is looking forward to building on her success. #GoGirls #ParaSport
Elanza Jordaan wins Boccia gold and Arina Nicolaisen sets new 1500m (T38) African record as women para athletes end the Toyota SASAPD National Champs in Gqeberha with one world record, five African records and a host of national marks.
Champion para-athlete, Maria Combrink, has smashed the previous best in the women’s F64 shot-put event to set a new World Record at the Toyota SASAPD National Champs in Gqeberha
Yané van der Merwe and Charné Felix lead the way on record-breaking day one of competition at the 2021 Toyota SASAPD National Champs in Gqeberha, as Paralympic hopefuls go all out to impress selectors.
With the first steps to Tokyo within reach at the SASAPD Championships starting Saturday, T44 sprint and long-jump competitor Charné Felix talks to Babsie Kutwana about her Paralympic ambitions, and the challenges of being a para-athlete.