Men Leading the Way in Women’s Sport

Nnuzi Gazi

In celebration of #InternationalMensDay2020 on Thursday, the gsport Team honours the gentlemen who are making a positive impact to change the face of women’s sport globally.

Makhanya Making Her Dreams Come True

Mapaseka Makhanya dreams of representing South Africa at the Olympics, and breaking the SA marathon record. After winning the Gauteng Marathon on debut in record time on Sunday, who’s going to challenge this rising star?

Welcome to the Hall of Fame Ntambi Ravele!

2012 SPAR gsport Awards Hall of Fame inductee Ntambi Ravele has made a lasting impact on women’s sport in SA since first being appointed as a sport administrator in 1995, and this pioneering former teacher has taken a firm interest in advancing women’s participation in sport ever since.

Kalmer Out of Jhb SPAR 10Km

Rene Kalmer’s dream of becoming the first person to win all five SPAR 10km races in one year has been dashed after she pulled out of the Johannesburg SPAR 10Km race this morning. Kalmer has Achilles tendinosis and is now concentrating on recovering from the injury

Bruce the Boundary Breaker

Sunday Read: Entrepreneurial genius Bruce Davidson is the focus of gsport’s recognition of men who make significant contribution to women’s sport in South Africa. In a sector that has traditionally gained remarkably little interest, Davidson is rightly credited for moving heaven and earth to allow our sportswomen make more of their inherent participation rights.

Blown Away by Birthday Blessings

The gsport4girls initiative celebrated its sixth birthday in Joburg on Monday, and the messages of support and encouragement was literally overwhelming as telephone calls, sms, facebook and twitter dedications flooded in throughout the day between stunning coverage on 2OCeansVibe online streaming radio and Joburg’s No.1 Hit Music Station, 94.7 Highveld Stereo.

Amanda Coetzer, the Little Assassin

As they say, all good things must come to an end! And that’s where Amanda Coetzer finds herself after a decade and a half in the glare of the sporting […]