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
Coach Lenise Marais is looking forward to this next challenge as the SA Hockey Association announces an 18-strong SA U21 squad, selected ahead of the African Hockey Qualifiers in Ghana in March. Photo: Supplied
Former South African Women’s Hockey coach, Sheldon Rostron, uses his power as Director of Sport at NWU to ensure that women athletes are afforded opportunities from university level. He chats about his journey and achievements to date.
ICC announces qualification for the rescheduled Women’s T20 World Cup to be hosted in South Africa. The host and seven top team on the MRF Tyres ICC Women’s T20I Team Rankings as end of November 2021 automatically qualify for the 2023 edition.
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.
Scotland Women’s Hockey Head Coach, Jen Wilson, is flying the South African flag high on the international stage as she enjoys a successful coaching career. The triple Olympian former hockey player chats to the gsport Team about her inspiring journey and greatest ambition.
In 2019, Rene Naylor won a World Cup medal, over a decade after becoming the first woman physiotherapist of the men’s Springbok rugby team. She speaks to Celine Abrahams about the challenges of breaking new ground, leaving the job she loves to focus on motherhood, and coming back to achieve her greatest sporting high.
The Springbok Women’s Sevens team will face China, Poland and Mexico in Pool A of the inaugural HSBC World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series tournament in Stellenbosch
South Africa will host the first Junior Women’s Hockey World Cup on the African continent when the tournament takes place in 2021 in Potchefstroom