Former Ministerial Recognition of Excellence Awards recipient on the gsport stage, Geraldine Pillay-Viret, shares five top tips to encourage current Team South Africa athletes aiming for success at the Olympic Games in Tokyo #SheOwnsHerSuccess @Momentum_za
Former TuksSport athlete, Cara Hendricks, is looking forward to achieving her international football dream, recently scoring a sought-after scholarship to study at Tennessee Wesleyan University through the Aspire Atlantic Scholarship in the United States #SundayRead
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.
Legendary South African sprinter, Geraldine Pillay, is passionate about giving back to her community of Macassar to inspire the next generation of athletes. Pillay spoke to Celine Abrahams about her career post-apartheid, and encourages SA Olympic athletes to use COVID-19 lockdown to sharpen their skills.
Star on the Rise: The newly-appointed coach of the SA girls team at the African Youth Games – and former SA hockey international, Tsoanelo Pholo has recently earned her FIH Level 4 coaching accreditation
Tsoanelo Pholo is passionate about hockey. She loves playing the game, and she is equally passionate about sharing her skills and developing new talent. She is a proud South African, and fantastic role model. She spoke to gsport after being named Attacker of the Tournament at the recent Hockey IPT.
Olympic debutant Bridgitte Hartley rallies to bronze in the K1 500m final, becoming the first woman to win an Olympic medal for South Africa since Hestrie Cloete’s High Jump in Athens 2004
After putting in nearly four years of hard work and training, Geraldine Pillay is feeling upbeat about her chances of bringing back gold from the Beijing Olympics. For as long as she can remember Geraldine Pillay has always loved athletics. In fact when she was in Grade 1 she took up sprinting and […]
Carol Manana was barely out of high school when she got her first break in sports broadcasting. A few years down the line, she has built a solid reputation as a top sports broadcaster in South Africa, and is admired by hordes of young girls, who aspire to be just like her. Carol started […]
The SA track and field season is only into its second meeting and already there are three athletes who have qualified IAAF A-standard for the 2007 World Championships.