South African Olympic triathlete, Gillian Sanders, lined up for the last time as a professional athlete at the iconic Malibu Triathlon as she called time on her illustrious career #GoGirls
Winning the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards SuperSport School Sport Star of the Year accolade has inspired Miyanda Maseti to continue striving for greatness. She chats to Nonto Nothana about her career highlight.
Louzanne Coetzee carves nearly nine seconds off her qualifying time to win silver in the 1500m T11 final, performing her career best at the Paralympic Games #TeamSA2020
Right-arm off-break bowler, Yolani Fourie, praises Imperial for backing the Central Gauteng Lions women’s team with contract deals in an effort to professionalise the women’s game #gsport16 @CGLioness @Imperial_Logist
NEW FEATURE: 2013 Woman in Media award winner, Dikeledi Letsiri, hopes to use her knowledge and experience to continue blazing a trail for young women to fulfil their career dreams and chats about the power of being recognised on the gsport stage #GoGirls
Springbok Women’s international rugby star, Babalwa Latsha, takes a further step in her career, signing a deal with sports agency – SMinc Sports Management – joining a list of renowned South African athletes #MondayMotivation
South African international netball star, Zanele Vimbela, is well on her way to full fitness after suffering an ACL rupture. She chats to Celine Abrahams about remaining upbeat as she plans to have a lasting impact in the sport. #WCW #GoGirls
South African Olympian, Wenda Nel, is aiming to compete at the second Games of her 12-year athletics career and is currently on course to earn qualification. In this interview with Celine Abrahams, she chats about recovering from Covid-19 and reveals athletes’ struggles with financial support.
With #100DaysToGo to #Tokyo2020, we reflect on key advice from legendary swimming icon, Penny Heyns, to inspire South African athletes who will represent the country at the prestigious event.
Newly graduated medical doctor and Go-Ju-Kai Dojo Karateka, Catherine Asiimwe, believes athletes should find a balance between sports and education to develop holistically. She shares advice on how to juggle the two.