South African women’s water polo team head coach, Delaine Mentoor, is looking forward to leading the national side at their first-ever Olympic event in Tokyo. She chats to Celine Abrahams about current challenges and goals set for the Games. #ChooseDay
Lwandile Simelane is the youngest board member of SASCOC and the Head of its Women’s Commission. She talks to Celine Abrahams about her journey in sport and her dream to see women’s sport turn fully commercial in the next five years.
She’s just about reached the pinnacle of academics in her field of speciality, and a passion to enable South Africa’s athletes on and off the field may yet see a spectacular career change for Dr Pam Serra, Section Head of Sport and Recreation Management within the Department of Marketing, Logistics and Sport Management at Tshwane University of Technology.
Dominique Provoyeur (Team Manager/Skipper) of the all-girls’ Sailing Team Isigungu has written again with her report on how they steered their Yngling-class boat to 2008 Olympic qualification: Well, you might have already heard but after a very long day on the water yesterday (over 7 hours) we are so excited to say […]
Hard work has once again paid off for Powerlifting Gold Medalist Christine Mhlongo of Daveyton, who won her second Mayarol Achievers Award this weekend.
The CEO of the South African Tennis Association, Ian Smith, announced the South African Airways Fed Cup team to participate in the Europe/Africa Zone Group II being played in Mauritius from 16 – 21 April 2007.