There’s no better way to end off Women’s Month and Momentum’s #SheOwnsHerSuccess campaign than to celebrate the strides women have made in sport at the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards on Tuesday on SuperSport Variety 4 at 20:00 (CAT) #gsport16
Women in sport’s biggest night set to premiere on SuperSport Variety 4 on Tuesday, 31 August at 20:00 (CAT).
In celebration of Women’s Day, we honour former Momentum Athlete of the Year winners, who are continuing to build on their successes both on and off the field and playing their part in putting the country on the map #SheOwnsHerSuccess @Momentum_za
Banyana Banyana star, Rhoda Mulaudzi, golf star, Caitlyn Macnab and Proteas Women cricketer, Shabnim Ismail, will battle it out for top honours in the Momentum Athlete of the Year category as public voting opens for #gsport16.
Former winners salute Momentum for renewing its Awards partnership with gsport for a further three years. #SheOwnsHerSuccess #gsport16
Junior Saskia Hockly laid down another marker in her impressive rise through the female paddling ranks, winning the iconic Bay Union King of the Bay surfski race in tough, blustery conditions on Sunday. #GoGirls
In our latest #gsportTop10, we honour 10 leading sports moms, who have played starring roles in the lives of former and current sportswomen, and have helped blood the next generation of stars. Happy #MothersDay
Under 18 paddler, Saskia Hockly, won the women’s single ski race at the Thule Season Starter, while the overall line honours went to Hilary Bruss and Hayley Nixon, who marked her return to racing after the birth of her child.
#TBT to the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards creating employment during Covid-19 last year. Here’s to more meaningful advances this year!
All Africa Games gold medallist, Nosipho Mthembu, hopes her Momentum gsport Awards Ministerial award will pave the way for young girls interested in canoeing. Her current goal is to win the Dusi canoe marathon while long term she wants to represent South Africa at the Olympics.