Banele Shabangu Crowned SA 200m Champion

South African sprint queen, Banele Shabangu, lived up to expectations as she won the women’s 200m race at the ASA Track and Field National Championships on Saturday, 24 April 2022. Photo: Banele Shabangu (Instagram)

South African sprint queen Banele Shabangu lives up to expectations as she wins the 200m race on the final day of the ASA Track and Field National Championships.
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Excitement Builds Ahead of #GAL2021

Netball South Africa President, Cecilia Molokwane, was named 2019 gsport Newsmaker of the Year. Photo: Supplied

Work is already well underway in the Momentum-powered gsport Newsroom in partnership with Telkom, to identify the 10 Newsmakers of the Year to be announced at the gsport Annual List 2021.

Tayla Kavanagh is the New SA 10km Champ

Tayla Kavanagh sets a massive personal best to claim the SA 10km Champion’s title in Durban in her first year as a senior athlete. Photo: Murray & Roberts Running Club (Instagram)

Tayla Kavanagh achieves new personal best time of 32:10 to win the inaugural ABSA Durban 10k City Run and be crowned new SA 10km Champion in her first year as a senior athletes. #GoGirls

There is No Stopping Tadu Nare

Ethiopian runner Tadu Nare (Nedbank) retained her unbeaten record in the SPAR Grand Prix 10km series when she won the Tshwane race ahed of Glenrose Xaba in second, and Gerda Steyn in third place at the Agricultural Research Council Farm in Irene, Tshwane on Heritage Day, Friday 24 September, 2021. Photo: Nedbank Running Club

Ethiopia’s Tadu Nare continues to dominate Spar Grand Prix 10km series. Glenrose Xaba earns third second placed finish of the series, saying international runners are motivating local runners to improve. #GoGirls #gsportAfrica #SaturdaySmile