gsport is delighted to announce the ten South African individuals and teams unveiled as its October’s Newsmakers, who now join those already in consideration for national acclaim at gsport’s year-end gsport Annual List, early in December.
Team South Africa have reason to smile after scooping silver medals after competing against the world’s best in the National Teams section of the Rushmoor Rose Bowl International in England from 21-22 October #GoGirls #gsport International
South African women in sport pushed the boundaries and united the country with history-making achievements, resulting in a fierce July #GAL2022 Newsmakers list, powered by the Momentum gsport Newsroom.
Rising gymnast, Onkutlwile Ratlou, is calling for sponsorships as she embarks on a journey to represent South Africa in Europe and USA this year.
Young South African gymnasts including, Caitlin Rooskrantz and Phiwe Nhleko, are revolutionising Artistic Gymnastics globally as they reveal the importance of different apparatus they use for mental and physical health #GoGirls
For the first time ever, two South African Women’s Artistic Gymnasts have qualified to go to the Olympic Games as Naveen Daries excels at the African Championships in Egypt to join best friend, Caitlin Rooskrantz in qualifying for Tokyo.
Kirsten Beckett grabs the Women’s Senior Artistic African title at the 12th African Gymnastics Championships in Tshwane, adding to Gymnastics South Africa’s treasure chest now boasting two Africa Championship titles and two team gold medals
South African senior rhythmic gymnast Grace Legote has sealed her claim to being Africa’s top Rhythmic gymnast, winning the Individual All-round category at the 12th African Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships at the University of Pretoria Indoor Sports Centre, in Tshwane.