Swim sensation, Tayla Lovemore’s greatest ambition is to be a role model for young girls and inspire them to achieve their sporting dreams as she eyes the Tokyo Olympics.
The 2020 COSAFA Women’s Championship is set to be the first women’s internationals staged on the African continent since Covid-19 wreaked havoc.
The first ever gsport African Woman in Sport award was won by FIBA and SuperSport writer Usher Komugisha. Africa couldn’t have asked for a better ambassador. Usher is a true representation of ‘Black child it’s possible”
#gsport15 PR Manager, Lerato Malekutu, blogs about her experience working on the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards and championing women in sport.
Saray Khumalo, the first black African woman to reach the top of the world, discusses the lessons she’s learnt both on and off mountain tops.
Momentum Metropolitan Head of Sponsorship, Carel Bosman, shares key insights to assist female athletes to attract personal corporate support. Bosman also chats about his passion for women’s sport and encourages men to support female athletes.
Three former gsport winners join the elite judging panel to drive the process to select three finalists per category for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards.
Lifelong sport advocate and 2019 Momentum gsport Ministerial Award recipient, Nomsa Mahlangu, is determined to use her position as President of Federation of Africa University Sports to create better sporting opportunities. She is also eager to ensure that education remains a key factor in every athletes’ life.
Nigerian National Women’s Basketball player, Ezinne Kalu-Phelps, is a firm believer in following one’s heart and vision to achieve success. We get to know Kalu-Phelps, who has chosen to honour her African roots over her adopted country, the USA. She also shares some insight on what Africa can learn from the rest of the world about promoting women’s sport.
The 2020 Momentum gsport Awards lead the June newsmakers list as we continue our build-up to the second gsport Annual List event in December.