The South Africa women’s hockey team returns home for a three-week physical training programme, after their fourth-placed finish in London Cup concluded with assistant coach Fabian Gregory citing exceptional tournament
With a cracked hull but determined spirits, the all-girl South African Olympic Qualifiers in the Yngling Sailing Class Team Isigungu finish off their European Women’s Yngling Championships in Germany. Here’s skipper Dominique Provoyeur:
People often ask me why I chose to swim. Did I think I would someday go to the Olympics and perhaps win Gold medals? Did I think I would break world records? And the answer is always no.
Dominique Provoyeur (Team Manager/Skipper) of the all-girls’ Sailing Team Isigungu has written again to gsport, this time with the best possible news: In case things get a little crazy tonight – just thought I would let you all know that we made it! We won the last race and qualified South Africa […]
Yesterday was the first day of racing for the South African Yngling team, competing for a spot in the Olympic Games.
Dominique Provoyeur (Team Manager/Skipper) of the all-girls’ Sailing Team Isigungu wrote to gsport, here’s their latest newsletter: Pinch and Punch for the 1st of the month! And with that the beginning of July, the month of truth….!
gsport has been contacted by all-girl sailing consisting of Dominique Provoyeur, Penny Alison and Kim Rew, who are currently campaigning as Team Isigungu to qualify for the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008.
Swimming South Africa has announced five women as part of the 14-member team to represent South Africa at the 12th FINA World Championships, to be held in Melbourne during March 2007.
Banyana Banyana have failed in their bid to make it to the finals of the African Women’s Championship, after losing 1-0 to the Black Queens of Ghana, who scored from a penalty awarded in the dying moments of last night’s pivotal semi-final.