England and FIFA Host Australia Advance in WWC QFs

Australian national icon Sam Kerr receives the close attention of France’s Wendie Renard in the day’s first FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 quarter-final at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, south-east Queensland in Australia on Saturday, 12 August. Photo: (c) FIFA

The quarter-final match between Australia and France in the Women’s World Cup 2023 proved to be an intense and tightly contested affair. Both teams had their chances throughout the game, with France dominating possession and creating more dangerous opportunities, but it was host nation Australia to advance 7-6 on panellists after the match ended goalless after regular and extra time.

Chloé Dygert Reclaims World Title

American Chloé Dygert successfully reclaims the title as the world’s best solo road time trialist, claiming her second gold medal at the UCI World Championships!
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#GoGirls Movement Gains Momentum 

Historic #GoGirls Watch Party and #gsportGlobal Mentorship Dinner mark an exciting week for gsport as The Year of Women’s Sport sparks increased support for women’s sport.
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Happy 17th Birthday, gsport!

South African football nobility showcasing silverware at the gsport Business Breakfast, at the Wanderers Cricket Stadium in Illovo, Johannesburg, on 29 July, 2022. Photo: gsport

On our 17th birthday, gsport Founder @KassNaidoo blogs about the journey travelled and the road ahead 💫 #gsportBirthday #GoGirls

Lara van Niekerk Misses Out in Japan Claiming Fourth

South Africa’s swimming sensation Lara van Niekerk narrowly misses the opportunity to secure a medal at the World Aquatics in Fukuoka, Japan by just five hundredths of a second to finish 4th.
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