Sunday Read: Anruné Weyers Hangs Up her Spikes

Among the foremost of South African Para Athletes, 400m T47 star Anruné Weyers has decided to hang up her spikes as a professional athlete, bringing an end to a prolific international career which includes Paralympic gold, and world champion- and world record-holder acclaim amongst her highest achievements. Photo: Anruné Weyers

#SundayRead: SA 400m T47 Para Athletics star Anruné Weyers has decided to hang up her spikes as a professional athlete, bringing an end to a prolific international career which includes Paralympic gold, and world champion- and world record-holder acclaim #GoGirls!

Christine Mboma Sets Sights on Kip Keino Classic Title

"It is a special feeling for me to race at home and having an opportunity to finish my season on home soil. I want to enjoy the race and close my season in a good way," Olympic 1500m champion Faith Kipyegon. Photo: Kip Keino Classic (Twitter)

Namibia’s Christine Mboma is the women’s continental highlight at the Kip Keino Classic in Kenya where she is aiming for a victory in the 200m to toast a stellar year for the Olympic Silver medalist #gsportAfrica

Geraldine Pillay-Viret’s Five Top Tips for Olympic Success

Legendary South African sprinter and former Ministerial Recognition of Excellence Awards recipient on the gsport stage, Geraldine Pillay-Viret, shared her vast Olympic experience to provide top tips to current athletes aiming for success in Tokyo. Photo: Geraldine Pillay-Viret (Instagram)

Former Ministerial Recognition of Excellence Awards recipient on the gsport stage, Geraldine Pillay-Viret, shares five top tips to encourage current Team South Africa athletes aiming for success at the Olympic Games in Tokyo #SheOwnsHerSuccess @Momentum_za