Canoeing SA Pens Deal with SiS to Safeguard Athletes

Canoeing SA logo. Photo: Canoeing SA

Canoeing South Africa announces partnership with Science in Sport (SiS) that will ensure its athletes have access to UK-made supplements and recovery products that are fully WADA compliant and thoroughly tested.

Women Leaders in Sport on the Rise

SASCOC’S first Vice-President, Lwandile Simelane, pictured with long-distance runner, Glenrose Xaba, at the second gsport Annual List Event in Johannesburg on Tuesday, 15 December 2020. Photo: gsport

SASCOC’S first Vice-President, Lwandile Simelane believes the leading women in sport on the board are going to make huge strides in changing the perception of women in leadership positions during their term

Canoeing SA Amends Calendar

President of Canoeing South Africa Kim Pople and the race organisers of the country's biggest Summer events have agreed to roll out the national calendar by five weeks amidst the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic that is gripping the country currently. Photo: Gameplan Media

Canoeing South Africa president Kim Pople confirms that the sports federation will amend its 2021 race calendar to ensure full compliance with lockdown restrictions to combat spread of the ongoing Covid-19 virus

Strong Women’s Representation on New SASCOC Board

SASCOC backs women in new board, which sees vibrant youth sports leader, Lwandile Simelane elected first vice president and seasoned women in sport brought in to reinvigorate the organisation’s leadership.

Nosipho Mthembu Builds on #gsport15 Success

#gsport15 Ministerial Award recipient, Nosipho Mthembu proves her championship mentality as the 19-year-old kicks illness and lack of training to the curb to win the U23 K1 title at the KZN Marathon Championships.