2023 has been the Year of Women’s Sport, and one reason is the number of World Cup participation opportunities for SA girls and women in sport. 16-year old SA table tennis youth star Bhavna Heeralal is one, read on to grow from her inspiring words
England will look forward to their first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup final match against Spain, after a 3-1 victory over co-hosts Australia.
Spain emerge victorious over Sweden with a late goal to secure their spot in the FIFA Women’s World Cup final.
Sweden dominate their Group G clash against Italy, scoring five goals to secure their spot in the #FIFAWWC knockout stages. Italy now face a difficult task to qualify with a goal difference of -4.
An impressive comeback from Argentina leads to a 2-all draw against South Africa’s Banyana Banyana in their Group G #FIFAWWC encounter! Coming up next is England vs Denmark at 10h30 (CAT) and China vs Haiti at 13h00 (CAT).
Discover the power of prioritizing your mental well-being in sport. Join us as we explore the impact of mental health on performance and share strategies to thrive on and off the field.
#SundayRead #MentalHealth #GoGirls
For over 18 years, Bridgitte Hartley proudly flew the South African flag across the globe. Today, she chats to gsport Writer Oarabile Diphoko about her decision to retire and play her part in grooming the next generation.
Olympic gymnast Naveen Daries blogs about her achievements in the sport and how sponsors can make a difference in her career, as she looks to continue dominating the global scene.
Banyana Banyana legend, Portia Modise, speaks highly on how the power of being recognised has elevated her career. She also shares views on the sponsors who have partnered with the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards #gsport16
Three tips from leading women in sport to keep you motivated and on track as you chase your dreams and gold medal finishes. #MondayMotivation
Springbok Women’s prop, Babalwa Latsha, joins Rugby Africa’s sub-committee for Player Welfare and Participation as she looks forward to sharing her knowledge with the next generation.
Prolific youth hockey goalscorer, Malikah Hamza, is preparing to earn a spot in the u21 Hockey World Cup squad, while also making a name for herself in provincial cricket. She chats about her love for the two sport codes and aspirations.