South Africa’s swimming superstar Tatjana Schoenmaker wins South Africa’s first Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Gold Medal, setting a New World Record in the women’s 200m breaststroke final #Tokyo2020
2021 Artistic Swimming Duet National Champions, Laura Strugnell and Clarissa Johnston, are aiming to set South Africa’s highest score in the sport and pave the way to keep Mzansi’s Artistic Swimming a permanent feature at the Summer Olympics. #ChooseDay
South Africa’s Olympic-bound athletes, Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, Phumelela Mbande and Emma Chelius share their excitement on their selection to Team South Africa to represent the country at the Tokyo Games this July
Tokyo Games contender, Tatjana Schoenmaker, sets a new African 50m breaststroke record on day one of national Trials, in Gqeberha on Wednesday
South Africa’s Erin Sterkenburg is aiming to expose Sport Climbing to a wider audience as she prepares to represent the country at the Tokyo Olympic Games. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her historic feat and her passion for the sport.
#SundayRead [VIDEO] Phenomenal South African pace-bowler, Shabnim Ismail, is taking the world of cricket by storm as she rises to second place in the ICC T20 International bowling rankings. In conversation with gsport Editor, Kass Naidoo, the global star owns her success and commits to leaving a lasting legacy.
The South African football community celebrates Banyana Banyana international Jermaine Seoposenwe’s history-making brace for SC Braga to win the Portuguese Women’s Cup title.
Leading women in football including Refiloe Jane, Leandra Smeda and Simphiwe Dludlu, use their voices to call for equality in football.
Legendary award-winning media host, Ashraf Garda, is hoping to create new avenues for future generations through his newly launched podcast – Champion South Africa. He chats about his journey and what keeps him motivated to stay in the game.
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.