Three-time Olympian and 2012 bronze medalist, Bridgitte Hartley, makes her fourth appearance at the Olympics, this time she is part of a group of 30 individuals, looking to be elected as one of the four candidates to join the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes Commission #MondayMotivation
Bridgitte Hartley demolished the Short Course field to exemplify the cream of the country’s marathon paddlers battling the cold Cape conditions on the first day of the SA Canoe Marathon Championships, at Zandvlei on Friday. #GoGirls
Christie Mackenzie defends Dusi Canoe Marathon title after capsizing in the full river four times before reaching the finish line ahead of second-placed Jordan Peek.
Stage Two Dusi Canoe Marathon leader Christie Mackenzie maintains her lead for the top spot, closing Day Two 8 minutes ahead of second-placed Jordan Peek.
Defending Dusi K1 champ Christie Mackenzie opens big lead on day 1 of the race, closing the day 7 ½ minutes ahead of second-placed Jordan Peek.
South Africa’s most decorated sprint paddler, Bridgitte Hartley, is determined to make her mark at the 2021 MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon, while harbouring serious Olympic aspirations.
Jenna Ward teamed up with up-and-coming junior, Saskia Hockly, to take the senior women’s K2 laurels at the SA Marathon Champs on Monday.
Esti van Tonder topples established giants of marathon paddling to win the SA Marathon Championships title in St. Francis.
#gsport15 Ministerial Award recipient, Nosipho Mthembu proves her championship mentality as the 19-year-old kicks illness and lack of training to the curb to win the U23 K1 title at the KZN Marathon Championships.
All Africa Games gold medallist, Nosipho Mthembu, hopes her Momentum gsport Awards Ministerial award will pave the way for young girls interested in canoeing. Her current goal is to win the Dusi canoe marathon while long term she wants to represent South Africa at the Olympics.