South African women in sport continue to raise the bar globally, resulting in increased corporate support of the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards as reflected in a fierce #GAL2021 July Newsmakers list #SheOwnsHerSuccess
South African athletics teen sensation, Prudence Sekgodiso, set a new Personal Best time as she earn a second place in the 800m at the KBC Nacht van de Atletiek Meeting in Belgium on Saturday #GoGirls
Tuks athlete Phindile Kubheka smashes the field to win the USSA women’s 100m title in a time of 11.68. There were also winning performances from Justine Palframan, Prudence Sekgodiso, Zeney van der Walt and Patience Ntshingila. #GoGirls
Stellar performances on final day of Sizwe Medical Fund ASA Senior Track and Fields Champs in Tshwane with Deline Mpiti, Wenda Nel, Justine Palframan, Prudence Sekgodiso and others claiming top honours.
African javelin record holder, Sunette Viljoen’s 58.00m effort to edge out former European junior champion, Nikol Tabackova, of the Czech Republic, made headlines at the first ASA Athletix Invitational Meet in Roodepoort
Ten young women in SA’s provisional squad of 28 for the World U20 Athletics Champs in Nairobi, where age-related qualification requirements have dashed the hopes while opening the doors for younger athletes
The 2019 Sizwe Medical Fund & 3SixtyLife ASA Senior Track & Field and Combined Events Championships at the Germiston Athletics Stadium rang in a host of new champions, with double national champ Caster Semenya leading the way with titles in the 1500 and 5000m distances
The final day of the 2019 Sizwe Medical Fund and 3SixtyLife ASA Senior Track, Field & Combined Events Champs saw javelin throw queen Sunette Viljoen clinch her 13th South African title at the Germiston Athletics Stadium on Saturday.