For over a decade, Sasol, has been at the forefront of closing the gap in women’s sport in South Africa and has paved the way for corporate giants to follow in their footsteps to amplify women’s football. #GoGirls #gsport16
Reigning Momentum gsport Awards Team of the Year winners, SPAR Proteas, aim to defend their title as they battle Banyana Banyana and the Olympic women’s water polo team for the prestigious award #SheOwnsHerSuccess #gsport16
The Public Choice Award honours a finalist who captures the public imagination and wins the largest public vote across all categories, without going on to win their individual award category. Every #gsport16 vote counts! Show your support for a leading candidate now at gsport.co.za/voting
Grant Nicholls is using his 20 years of Sport Marketing and Sponsorship experience to encourage more investment in women’s sport at a time when sportswomen most need support and backing.
Sasol Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis selects squad of 23 for the FIFA World Cup in France
gsport has announced receipt of more than 600 nominations, adding up to 237 nominees across the 18 Awards categories open for public nominations, for the 2018 gsport Awards.
When Women’s Football was in the doldrums and needed a champion a decade ago, 2017 gsport Sponsor of the Year Sasol stepped into the breach to change the path for all women participants.
It was a night to remember, and here is a collection of photos captured of winners at the 2017 gsport Awards:
Caster Semenya was the global sporting highlight celebrated among 19 winners crowned at the 2017 gsport Awards in Johannesburg on Saturday evening, memorialized by Cheryl Roberts’ declaration that the future is women’s sport.
Nominations have closed for the 2016 gsport Awards after 105 nominees were put forward in 245 nominations across 14 public categories over the past five weeks.