ICF Declares 2022 the Year for Women in Chess

The International Chess Federation has leapt forward in its mission of forming gender equity policies, practices and programs after they declared 2022 the Year for Women in Chess. Photo: International Chess Federation (Facebook)

The International Chess Federation leaps forward in its mission of forming gender equity policies, practices and programs, declaring 2022 the Year for Women in Chess.
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Danelle Wentzel Puts SA Archery on The Map

Last year, Danelle Wentzel became the first South African woman to feature in the 2019 Hyundai Archery World Cup Finals after winning gold in the third stage of the circuit in Antalya. She speaks to Celine Abrahams about her career spanning more than a decade.

Ten of the Best with Bridgitte Hartley

After completing her tenth ICF Sprint Canoeing World Championship race in Hungary and celebrating her success as women’s month draws to a close, Bridgitte Hartley reflected on her career

Coach Sephaka Unveils World Cup Boks

Skills, technique and consistency the key attributes Bok Women coach Lawrence Sephaka used to select his 26-member IRB Women’s World Cup France 2014 squad

Jordaan Takes SA Select Reins for Hong Kong

SA Select coach Renfred Dazel has announced his 12-member squad for the Hong Kong Invitational Sevens Tournament on 28 March, campaigner Zenay Jordaan entrusted with the captaincy

SA Proud Runners Up at Dubai Sevens

The SA Select team flattered at the International Invitational Sevens tournament in Dubai, their unbeaten run only disturbed by a superior Almaty RFC from Kazakhstan, finishing runners-up to exceed coach Renfred Dazel’s expectations