South African sprint queen Bridgitte Hartley is hopeful of making her Olympic dream a reality as a cloud of uncertainty hangs over her qualification for the event.
Inspiring South Africa gymnast, Caitlin Rooskrantz, shows her support as the International Olympic Committee reschedules Tokyo Olympics to 2021.
Double Olympic champion, Caster Semenya, announces that she will be switching to 200m races in order to compete at the Olympics in Tokyo
Banyana Banyana goalkeeper, Andile Dlamini, expresses her excitement as she will be joining an elite group that has clocked half a century caps for the national team
The 15th edition of the African Artistic Gymnastics Championships will be held in Eldoraigne and will double up as a qualifying event for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo
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Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy these leading stories involving South African women in sport making headlines this week
Young South African hockey player, Sandisiwe Tabata, exclusively told gsport that she is eager to secure her spot in the hockey team that will be travelling to Tokyo for the Olympics next year
South Africa’s Marithy Pienaar has been selected to participate in the Women’s Sport Leadership Academy for High Performance Coaches which seeks to increase the proportion of female coaches at the Olympic Games
The World Surf League has released its 2020 Championship Tour calendar that will see the event return to the iconic right-hand point break in Jeffreys Bay