World Cup Winner Zeenat Simjee Champions Sports Nutrition

2019 Springboks Rugby World Cup winning dietician, Zeenat Simjee, is on a mission to drive awareness on the importance of sports teams investing in dieticians for athlete development. Photo: Springboks (Twitter)

Rugby World Cup winning Springboks dietician, Zeenat Simjee, believes it is important for sports teams to invest in dieticians for athlete development. In this profile interview with with Koketso Kgogome, she reflects on her journey and addresses the common misconceptions about her profession.

Momentum Proteas Stars All Feature in WBBL

Momentum Proteas top-order, Laura Wolvaardt, pictured in action for the Adelaide Strikers in the Women's Big Bash League. Photo: Adelaide Strikers

Laura Wolvaardt continues to head the batting charts with 142 runs in five innings as all eight Momentum Proteas stars featured in the latest round of the Women’s Big Bash League.

Wolvaardt Steers Strikers to Opening Win

Laura Wolvaardt expresses her excitement after opening her WBBL campaign with an unbeaten 51 to help guide the Adelaide Strikers to an eight-wicket win over the Hobart Hurricanes in Sydney on Sunday.

Shannon Landman-Kriel Leads the Way for Future Female Cricketers

For 26 years Shannon Landman-Kriel has dedicated her life to women’s cricket in South Africa and hopes to continue to champion the development of the sport, thus ensuring the ball and the bat reach more prospective players. Photo: Supplied

For over two decades, Shannon Landman-Kriel, has played a significant role in the development of future female South African cricketers through her involvement with Central Gauteng Lions and the Wanderers Club. The former cricketer reflects on her journey and the progress, or lack thereof, in the women’s game.

Tazmin Brits Honours Second Chance at Life

South African sportswoman, Tazmin Brits, won gold in the javelin throw at the 2007 World Youth Championships in Athletics. She qualified to represent South Africa at the 2012 London Olympics, however her dream was shattered in a split second when she was involved in a serious car accident which left her hospitalised for two months. She later returned to sport in cricket. Photo: CSA (Twitter)

South African cricketer, Tazmin Brits was at the prime of her javelin career when a serious car accident left her hospitalised for two months and ended her Olympics dream. She chats to Celine Abrahams about finding a new lease on life and future aspirations.

Brittany Carter Leading the Way for Women’s Sport

ABC News’ Brittany Carter has continuously gone the extra mile to promote all codes of Australian women’s sport on the national broadcaster as she believes that female sports stars deserve recognition on the highest platforms. Photo: Supplied

ABC News’s Brittany Carter continues to champion women’s sport in Australia by affording athletes the opportunity to share their stories on the Ladies Who League podcast platform. Carter chats to Selina Munsamy about the growing support of women’s sport and overcoming challenges in her career.