BREAKING!!! Women in sport continue to push the boundaries as we reveal the final list of newsmakers ahead of the gsport Annual List event this month. #GoGirls
2021 Rugby World Cup
Springbok Women’s captain, Babalwa Latsha, inspires and motivates the youth through her groundbreaking achievements. She reflects on her journey from Khayelitsha to being the first contracted 15s rugby player in Africa.
Springbok Women’s head coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, reacts to the 2021 Rugby World Cup draw as South Africa to face England, France and debutantes Fiji in challenging Pool C.
Springbok Women’s centre, Zintle Mpupha’s journey to becoming a professional rugby player is nothing short of admirable. She hopes her story can inspire young girls to realise their hopes and dreams.
“It is humbling to get this type of recognition and see that the public is out there recognising the hard work that we put into our sport as women…” – Springbok Women’s captain, Babalwa Latsha, reacts to receiving recognition for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards.
The players have continued to put in the hard yards in terms of their training during lockdown, and I commend them for that.” – SA Rugby CEO, Jurie Roux, following news that the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup won’t go ahead due to Covid-19.
Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy these leading South African women in sport stories making headlines on the world stage!
Preparation begins for the Springbok Women’s team as the dates for the 2021 Rugby World Cup have been announced
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Springboks head coach Stanley Raubenheimer has stuck to his guns as he has retained the core of the squad that previously faced Spain for the upcoming Scotland Test matches in Cape Town