It’s been two years since Lindsey Wright (nee Carlisle) retired from international hockey, but not after twice achieving her childhood dream of representing her country at the Olympic Games. Even after retirement, Lindsey remains involved in hockey, coaching youngsters to become better players. But, as you read this Lindsey is preparing to welcome her first […]
Developed by a Dr David Jenkins in the early eighties to help diabetics stabilize their blood-sugar levels, the Glycaemic Index (GI) has revolutionised the diet industry, with many nutritionists now advocating it as the best way to stabilize blood-sugar levels, increase energy levels and of course encourage fat loss.
Awards’ planning is in full swing, gsport has moved offices, and friends have been getting married left, right, and centre. It’s been hard to keep a sense of balance, but we’ve had such fun. Now its time to get down to the serious business of ensuring we have another memorable morning when gsport…for Girls! celebrates […]
My countdown to the 2008 Beijing Olympics began on January 6 when I read in the paper that there were 215 days to go until the Olympics! At that stage 215 days seemed a lifetime away with our base training still in full swing and yet here I am with only 37 days to go, […]
The High Performance Centre (HPC) in Pretoria has become the "Home of Dreams" to a number of our elite sports men and women, many of whom will be flying the South African flag at the Beijing Olympics next month The HPC was launched in May 2002 by then Minister of Sport, Ngconde Balfour to provide […]
Brushing aside a calf injury, past champion Rene Kalmer stormed to victory in 33.50 minutes in the SPAR Women’s 10 km challenge with Bokomo at Kings Beach here on Saturday, to take the early lead on the newly-instituted Grand Prix Challenge leaderboard.
gsport…for Girls! editor and SABC Sport Cricket Commentator Kass Naidoo is the only woman among the five nominees for the Best Sports Presenter Award at this year’s 7th Annual Crystal Awards.
The SA Women’s Open Chess Championships 2007 starts today in the Banking Court of Cresta Shopping Centre, in Johannesburg.
As the national women’s cricket team wrapped up a three-day camp at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria on Sunday, gsport … for Girls! Editor Kass Naidoo visited the provisional team to speak to the girls about the importance of being media-aware.
South African cricket commentator and sports anchor, Kass Naidoo, who recently quit her popular radio sports show, Gameplan, on SAfm, thas thrown her weight behind women in sport. Kass, who won Radio Presenter of the year at the SAB Sports Journalists of the year awards earlier this year, is proud to announce the launch of gsport…for […]