South African triathlete, Gillian Sanders, is currently waiting for SASCOC to announce the final team for the Olympic Games, after she met the World Triathlon qualification standards for Tokyo Games participation #GoGirls
South Africa’s track and field superstars Caster Semenya and Glenrose Xaba will be among athletes at Kingspark Athletics Stadium in Durban on Friday, as they aim to qualify for the Olympic Games end July. #GoGirls
SASCOC announces its initial Team SA squad including 27 women athletes who have earned call-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games starting end July in Japan
South Africa’s senior kayak champion, Esti van Tonder, earned her first international medal at the 2021 ICF Canoe-Kayak World Cup 2 in Barnaul, Russia. Van Tonder has remained upbeat with her silver medal earning despite falling short to qualify for the Olympic Games in Tokyo. #GoGirls
Deline Mpiti, Taylon Bieldt and Marli Viljoen have been included in a 10-member national team captained by Akani Simbine for the World Athletics Relay Championships in Poland this weekend. #TeamSA
Proteas women have the opportunity to emulate Shaun Pollock’s 1998 Commonwealth Games gold medallists as women’s cricket prepares for historic first ever Games participation and gets set to attract a brand new audience. #FreedomDay
South African Olympian, Wenda Nel, is aiming to compete at the second Games of her 12-year athletics career and is currently on course to earn qualification. In this interview with Celine Abrahams, she chats about recovering from Covid-19 and reveals athletes’ struggles with financial support.
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker continued to impress at the SA National Aquatic Championships adding the 100m breaststroke title to her tally with a new African Record and Olympic Qualification time of 1:05.74, shedding 0.15secs from her own 2019 time. #GoGirls
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker earned a new continental record in the women’s 200m breaststroke at SA Nationals, setting the fastest time in the world since 2017. Schoenmaker is now the 7th fastest performer of all time.
Gauteng’s Kat Swanepoel earns Paralympic qualification after setting a new multi-disability national record, on Day Two of the SA Aquatic Championships in Gqeberha.