#gsport10 Receives Over 300 Nominations

Nominations for the 10th gsport Awards have closed with an unprecedented public response to gsport’s call for nominations across 15 public categories, in a month-long process.

(Click here to view the 10th gsport Awards launch video)

It is now up to the gsport Judging Panel to choose the top three finalists in each category before a week long public voting process assists the panel in choosing the overall winners.

gsport Editor and Founder, Kass Naidoo, said: “There are brand new names put forward by the public this year, and its exciting to be presenting this nominations file to the gsport Awards judging panel.

“Women in sport are doing great things and we can’t wait to unveil the finalists in the coming days.”

(Click here to read the review of the 2014 SPAR gsport Awards)

The gsport Awards is South Africa’s longest running women’s sports Awards, with the first Awards event having taken place in August 2006 when gsport4girls launched to raise the profile of women’s sport in South Africa.

For more information, log on to gsport.co.za or follow gsport4girls on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


Public Nominations were sought for these 2015 gsport Awards Categories:

  1. Athlete of the Year
  2. Athlete of the Year with Disability
  3. Junior Athlete of the Year
  4. Coach of the Year
  5. Woman of the Year
  6. Women in Media: Social Media
  7. Women in Media: Print
  8. Women in Media: Radio
  9. Women in Media: Television
  10. Style Star
  11. Volunteer of the Year
  12. Supporter of the Year
  13. Sports Federation of the Year
  14. Sponsor of the Year
  15. Special Recognition


Caption 1: … 301 and counting! The job starts to collate all submissions for the 10th gsport Awards. Photo: Supplied

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