Hartley Still Keen to Give Dusi a Good Crack

South Africa's sprint paddling superstar Bridgitte Hartley is excited to give the MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon another shot this year from 18-20 March. Photo: Anthony Grote / Gameplan

South Africa’s most decorated sprint paddler, Bridgitte Hartley, is determined to make her mark at the 2021 MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon, while harbouring serious Olympic aspirations.

Rebecca Meder ‘s Olympic Dream Still On

Three-time Commonwealth Youth Games medallist, Rebecca Meder, believes that her dream to represent South Africa at the Olympic Games will come when the time is right after recently falling short of an Olympic A qualifying time. She also chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey and international experience.

Ursula Grobler Retires from Competitive Rowing

Olympian and World Championship rowing bronze medallist, Ursula Grobler, has called it a day on her rowing career at the age of 40. Photo: Ursula Grobler (Supplied)

Olympian and World Championship rowing bronze medallist, Ursula Grobler, has officially retired from competitive rowing. The trailblazer will now be focussing on her life post-retirement.

Tiffany Keep Keen to Build on Double African Success

Double All Africa Games gold medallist, Tiffany Keep, is eager to build on her early success, as she aims to become South Africa’s next best cyclist. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her passion for cycling and mountain biking and her dream to take part in the Olympics.

Duné Coetzee On Her Way to USA

Youth Olympic silver medallist, Duné Coetzee, is on her way to the United States of America when she matriculates later this year. She chats to Celine Abrahams about being the first SA female swimmer to win a medal at the Youth Olympics and how she plans to build on that success with her US move.