England’s Red Roses taking to claim to the inaugural WXV 1 title in New Zealand last weekend was built on solid wins over Australia before righting the scales with a resounding win over Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 champs the Black Ferns
In a thrilling US Open final, Coco Gauff clinched her first grand slam title, showcasing exceptional skill and determination to defeat Aryna Sabalenka.
Mixed emotions as a crucial double header in Group E of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 saw the United States edge Portugal out of the knockout rounds, while the Netherlands hammered Vietnam for top of the log laurels.
Coach Stanley Raubenheimer announces the Springbok Women’s starting lineup as the team prepares to take on France in their Rugby World Cup opener on Saturday, 8 October 2022 at 03h15am CAT.
Aimee Barrett-Theron gets the World Rugby nod to officiate her second Rugby World Cup, joining an 18-member panel featuring 15 women, in New Zealand this October #gsportGlobal
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer expresses satisfaction with strides being made by the national team players in their training camp as the countdown continues to the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand this September.
Springbok Women’s captain, Nolusindiso Booi, shares her message of support following a visit by Springbok head coach Jacques Nienaber and scrum coach, Daan Human at the team’s training camp in Stellenbosch.
Springbok Women’s head coach, Stanley Raubenheimer welcomes the official Rugby World Cup match dates which sees the South African’s face France in their opening encounter in Auckland.
SA Rugby President, Mark Alexander, and Springbok Women’s coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, extend messages of condolence as Springbok Women’s and Imbokodo Strength and Conditioning coach, Sandile Sibeko passes on.
A Springbok Women’s squad of 40 are in camp at Stellenbosch fine-tuning their preparations for the upcoming Rugby World Cup kicking off in New Zealand this September
World Rugby and hosts, New Zealand Rugby, announce the Rugby World Cup 2021 Draw will take place in Auckland in November.
Prolific New Zealand sports photographer, Alisha Lovrich, shares her inspiring journey and key insights into how she has risen up to become one of the best in the business.