Duné Coetzee On Her Way to USA

Youth Olympic silver medallist, Duné Coetzee, is on her way to the United States of America when she matriculates later this year. She chats to Celine Abrahams about being the first SA female swimmer to win a medal at the Youth Olympics and how she plans to build on that success with her US move.

It’s a Wrap from Team SA at the World Student Games

Team South Africa at the opening of the World Student Games Championship in Napoli, Italy. The 30th Edition of the Summer Universiade Games from 3 July – 14 July saw the women among Team SA collect six of the 18 total medals count for South Africa.

Prinsloo Shines at Aquatic Champs Penultimate Night

Jessica Ashley-Cooper sets three more World University Games qualification times at the SA National Aquatic Champs in Port Elizabeth, as Karin Prinsloo racks up gold medals in 100m backstroke and 200m freestyle

Natalie Looking to Close Out in Style

Natalie du Toit Paralympic swim star clinched her third gold in the 200m Individual Medley SM9, at the London 2012 Paralympic Games in the Olympic Park Aquatics Centre on Thursday evening. Du Toit is pictured winning gold in the Games' 400m S9 freestyle. Photo: Wessel Oosthuizen / SASPA

Third Paralympic Gold medal for Natalie du Toit in London as she wins gold in the 200m Individual Medley SM9. Du Toit, who now has 13 Paralympic gold medals, will swim the final race of her career when she takes on the 100m freestyle S9 on Friday.