SA’s top Elite performers of MTB XCO to gather at Willowbridge Mall’s Slammer track this weekend, for early UCI points to start the Olympic discipline’s 2013 season
Weekend Wrap: Check out our summary of SA women’s sport published on gsport over the weekend!
Lebo Phalula among an elite field also including Christine Kalmer, Tebogo Masehla and Portia Ngwenya heading the biggest field ever for annual Cross Country trials as athletes vie for a place in the Athletics SA squad for two major Cross Country Championships in March.
Olympian Kate Roberts is on a mission to have her best year yet. Roberts spoke to gsport about her love for sport, her success in triathlon, and shares sponsorship and career tips for aspiring triathletes.
The Phalula twins hot favourites with in-form Nolene Conrad and Mpho Mabuza for the 2012 SA Cross Country Champs title, which will also serve to select the SA team to the World Cross Country Championships in Poland next year
The first black South African woman to be awarded Springbok Colours in 1984, today Blanche Moila is the graceful epitome of success achieved in spite of the unbearable circumstances of our country’s past. Advocating for support and development of historically-disadvantaged young South Africans girls, Moila strives to make a difference every opportunity she has.
Yolande Speedy, pictured here on her way to victory at the first Mazda MTN SA Cup in Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch, has won the second event of the tour in Pretoria. Photo by Gary Perkin Yolande Speedy lived up to her pre-race favourite status, when she blazed her way to comfortable victory in the women’s Pro-Elite race […]
Miss SA Teen, Moloko Masemola, shortly after being crowned, seen here with First Princess Adelia Pretorious (left) and Second Princess, Zoe Brown. Pictures Courtesy Sun International Every now and then you come across someone who just blows you away with their amazing attitude towards life and their mission to encourage people to strive […]
Yolande Speedy (left, looking for her first Crater Cruise title) and Yolande de Villiers (who has suffered a broken collarbone, and can’t compete) grit out a smile when they think about the very challenging Colorpress Crater Cruise next weekend. With a surname like Speedy, it should be no surprise that Yolande is indeed rather rapid […]
So, I see you’ve already started voting …, which means you know that 1 August 2007 is a special day for gsport …for Girls!