Team Duravit have clinched their fourth stage win on day 4 of the 2007 Absa Cape Epic, with team members Anke Erlank-Moore and Yolandè de Villiers crossed the finish line in Barrydale after four and three-quarter hours, close to a half-hour ahead of stage runners-up Kristine and Anna-Sofie Noergaard (Denmark).
Celebrating Human Rights Day – Wednesday 21 March – Sunrise Beach Muizenberg was the venue for the 3rd annual Khulani Beach Soccer Festival, supported this year by JAG Sport and Education Foundation – where once again Sporting Chance facilitated 310 children from Cape Town communities playing the beautiful game.
East London’s Rosanne Hodge marked her debut on surfing’s 2007 ASP Women’s World Tour by defeating 2004 World Champ Sofia Mulanovich (Peru) to move into the third round of the US $80 000 (approx R565 000) Roxy Pro Gold Coast presented by Samsung in Australia on Tuesday.
Yesterday evening South Africa’s Banyana Banyana lost 2-1 to Equatorial Guinea’s Women in Malabo, in a set-back to their long and daunting road to qualification for the 2008 Women’s Olympic Football in Beijing.
Entry forms for the annual Roxy Surf Jam have been released, and the next two major drawcards on the girls-only surf calendar get under way in Cape Town mid-March, and include an early winter splash at Durban’s tropical Bay of Plenty late May. >> Click here to complete the entry form online >> Click here […]
The 2007 Ladies European Tour (LET) season begins this week with the US$1.2 million Women’s World Cup of Golf at the Gary Player Country Club, Sun City, South Africa, from 19-21 January.
Tiny waves dribbling into North Narrabeen beach in Sydney and forecasts of better swell tomorrow (Friday) decided organisers of the Billabong ASP World Junior Championships to call a lay day for today.
An elated South African surfing team collected two gold medals, two bronze and a copper while finishing fourth out of 33 nations at the 2006 ISA World Surfing Games at Huntington Beach in California on Sunday.
The strength of women’s surfing in South Africa was evident at the ISA World Surfing Games in California yesterday when Rosanne Hodge (East London) and Tammy-Lee Smith (Salt Rock, KZN) both progressed through two rounds of competition, to reach the last 16 in the qualifying stream of the biennial event.
The 2006 SA Surfing Team will leave Cape Town for the United States tomorrow (Tuesday October 10) to compete in the ISA World Surfing Games which gets under way in Huntington Beach California on Saturday October 14.