Banele Shabangu earns 100m and 200m titles along with various record-breaking performances delivered at the Athletics SA U16-U20 Champs in Paarl. #GoGirls
Madibaz Sportswoman of the Year, Ischke Senekal, has played a major role in cementing her status as one of South Africa’s finest field athletes and says that her support system has kept her on track
Maria Diamond, Nadeema Levy and Zizo Papu – exceptional women who have all gone out of their way to ensure that aspiring sports stars get the fundamental foundations as a head start to their journey – are finalists for the 2019 gsport Volunteer of the Year award.
Having set a new national U20 javelin record at the SA Athletics Championships last month, UJ para athlete Yane van der Merwe is now looking forward to the World Para Athletics Junior Champs, in Switzerland from 1 August
Rio Olympics long jumper Lynique Prinsloo was named the University of Johannesburg’s Sports Star of the Year at the annual gala dinner in Johannesburg on Thursday, 20 October, 2016
Justine Palframan solidified her position on the team to the World Junior Championships in Barcelona in June when she dominated the Junior women’s 400m final in Germiston at the Yellow Pages SA Youth, Junior and Schools Championships.
SA Olympic swim star Amanda Loots set a championship record and Natalie du Toit won the 5km Open Swim on the final day of swimming pool action at the 9th African Swimming Championships held at Ellis Park Aquatics Centre yesterday.
SA’s track and field stars have a final to achieve the IAAF qualifiers for the Beijing Olympic Games, when they compete at the Yellow Pages National Senior Championships in Stellenbosch on 14-15 March.
Leading South African sprinter Isabel le Roux aims to qualify for the Beijing Olympics at the Yellow Pages Final Series taking place on Friday, 7 March 2008, at the University of Pretoria’s LC de Villiers Stadium.
When Isabel le Roux settles into the starting blocks in the 200m at the Yellow Pages Series meeting in Oudtshoorn on Saturday, she will look at giving nothing less than an outstanding performance.