Newly-appointed TuksSport Director and acting HPC CEO, Steven Ball, plans to elevate the university’s system to provide all athletes with equal opportunities. He chats about his journey and aspirations for Olympic-bound student-athletes.
Four-time national Figure Skating champion, Gian-Quen Isaacs, is hoping to become the first South African ice skater to qualify for the Winter Olympics since 1998. She chats about her journey and growing list of achievements to date.
Award-winning Kenyan sports journalist, Evelyn Watta, is using her role as Vice President of AIPS to mentor future journalists through the Youth Reporters Programme. She chats about her inspiring journey and aspirations.
Former South African Women’s Hockey coach, Sheldon Rostron, uses his power as Director of Sport at NWU to ensure that women athletes are afforded opportunities from university level. He chats about his journey and achievements to date.
South African women in sport welcome 2021, expressing their hopes and dreams for Olympic qualification and national colours.
#GAL2020 newsmaker, Glenrose Xaba, is being boosted by the support of double Olympic Champion, Caster Semenya, in her bid to dominate the running scene at home and abroad
International netball sensation Karla Pretorius has been named gsport Newsmaker of the Year, alongside nine other distinguished South African women in sport, at a lunch to celebrate recipients of the gsport Annual List (#GAL2020),
Former gsport Vacation Reporter, Valencia Seshoene, has been included in the IOC Young Leaders six-week learning sprint programme. She hopes to be part of the 25 candidates chosen to lead the programme.
Sports PR specialist, Bronwyn Roets, has run some of the biggest campaigns globally and she plans to continue leading the way to power South African athletes’ careers forward.
#gsport15 Ministerial Award recipient, Nosipho Mthembu proves her championship mentality as the 19-year-old kicks illness and lack of training to the curb to win the U23 K1 title at the KZN Marathon Championships.