Liebenberg Medals on Final Night

Anrune Liebenberg ended the Paralympic Games for women athletes on a high note when she won silver in the 400m T46 Final. It was Liebenberg’s second medal in London after winning bronze in the 200m T46 Final.

More Paralympic Gold for Natalie?

All eyes will be on Natalie du Toit, winner of five gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, as Team South Africa arrive in London for the 2012 Paralympic Games. The South African team of 62 includes 19 women athletes, including two more medal winners from 2008, athlete Ilse Hayes and swimmer Shireen Sapiro.

Overcoming Hurdles and Winning Medals

Last year, the South African Paralympic team was the toast of Beijing after breaking nine World records and eight Paralympic records and finishing 6th on the gold medals table. Overall […]

2007 July Woman in Media: Vaylen Kirtley

As a teenager, Vaylen Kirtley graced our television screens with her bubbly presentation style on SABC Sport. Now, at the age of 20, she has the kind of highlights some only dream of. Vaylen spoke to gsport about life as a sports broadcaster in South Africa, her role models, her inspirations and aspirations, and her love for sport. Introducing gsport’s July Woman in Media, one of South Africa’s hottest young broadcasting talents, Vaylen Kirtley!

Natalie Leads SA in Champs

gsport’s December gSTAR Natalie du Toit has been appointed to lead the South African team to the first International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships, starting in Durban today.