South African women in sport continue to dominate headlines globally, resulting in a fierce gsport Annual List for October as we gear up for the third annual newsmakers event in December.
South African physiotherapist and owner of Physio on the MOVE, Kayla Richards, has been selected as part of the medical team assisting Team SA at the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo #FBF
Seven formidable women will drive the process to shortlist finalists for the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards as the #gsport16 elite judging panel is announced, with just days to go before nominations close #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Global sports streaming service, DAZN, partners YouTube to broadcast the UEFA Women’s Champions League that will make the competition live and free for fans to watch around the world for the next four seasons #gsportGlobal
Nigeria and FC Barcelona’s football star, Asisat Oshoala, is thrilled to have made global history as she became the first African to win the UEFA Women’s Champions League. #AfricaFocus #GoGirls
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker earned a new continental record in the women’s 200m breaststroke at SA Nationals, setting the fastest time in the world since 2017. Schoenmaker is now the 7th fastest performer of all time.
South Africa’s World Boxing Federation women’s super- welterweight world champion, Noni “She Bee Stinging” Tenge, could be on the verge of the biggest payday of her career as she is set to fight unbeaten double world champion, Emma Kozin later this year
Social Entrepreneur, Simone Upman, is using her passion for coaching to create more opportunities for children in the country with her sports academy.
Springbok Women’s player and #gsport15 Estée Lauder Style Star winner, Zinhle Ndawonde, is looking forward to the future after signing a major deal with renowned global sports management organization, Prosport International.
Accolades continue to stream in for Shabnim Ismail as the Momentum Proteas pace-bowler wins the first ever ICC Women’s Player of the Month Award for January.