Nominations for the 14th annual gsport Awards were from Friday, 19 April until midnight, Friday, 14 June 2019, and are now closed
Athlete of the Year with Disability
SA and international track phenomenon Caster Semenya leads proceedings as a double winner at the 2018 gsport Awards, with 30 winners announced on a night of high drama at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg
Nominations are open for the 2018 gsport Awards, South Africa’s longest running women’s sport Awards.
Caster Semenya was the global sporting highlight celebrated among 19 winners crowned at the 2017 gsport Awards in Johannesburg on Saturday evening, memorialized by Cheryl Roberts’ declaration that the future is women’s sport.
Nominations are open for the 2017 gsport Awards at gsport.co.za/nominations – Nominate a deserving candidate to promote SA women in sport
Caster Semenya headlined a stellar 2016 class of SPAR gsport Awards winners
The announcement of Finalists for the 2016 SPAR gsport Awards took place on the occasion of gsport’s 10th birthday, at The Venue at Melrose Arch in Johannesburg, on Monday, 1 August, 2016.
Voting for the 2015 SPAR gsport Awards closes with more than 6,000 votes recorded in the Voting Hall by gsport members.
Nominations for the 10th gsport Awards have closed with an unprecedented public response to gsport’s call for nominations across 15 public categories, in a month-long process. (Click here to view the 10th gsport Awards launch video) It is now up to the gsport Judging Panel to choose the top three finalists in each category before […]
Nominations are open for the 10th annual gsport Awards, South Africa’s longest running women’s sports Awards, launched in 2006 to raise the profile of South African women in sport, and significantly encourage Corporate SA to back female athletes.