Bridgitte Hartley on Life Post Retirement

Olympic sprint canoe medalist Bridgitte is looking forward to the next chapter in her life post retirement, as she is now using her experience to groom the next generation. Photo: Supplied

For over 18 years, Bridgitte Hartley proudly flew the South African flag across the globe. Today, she chats to gsport Writer Oarabile Diphoko about her decision to retire and play her part in grooming the next generation.
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Bridgitte Hartley Calls Time on Illustrious Career

Olympic sprint medalist Bridgitte Hartley announces her retirement and her plans to mould the next generation, saying: “Perhaps I will manage to take one of my athletes to the Olympic Games and experience it as a coach!”
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Veteran ‘Keeper Trisha Chetty Hangs Up Her Gloves

Legendary #MomentumProteas wicket-keeper batter Trisha Chetty retires from professional cricket due to a recurring back injury, bringing an end to a ground-breaking, 21-year career in domestic and international cricket.

Mignon du Preez Hangs Up Her Bat in International Cricket

Momentum Proteas batswoman Mignon du Preez announces her retirement from all forms of international cricket, including T20 Internationals, after a career spanning almost 16 years in the green and gold of South Africa.

One More Show On the Big Stage for Zenay Jordaan

The Springbok Women departed for their Rugby World Cup campaign in New Zealand on Saturday, 24 September 2022, with various emotions and expectations, including nervous anticipation. For the most experienced player in the group, Zenay Jordaan, though, there will an overriding emotion – that of gratitude. Photo: Women Boks (Twitter)

Springbok Women’s flyhalf Zenay Jordaan will take part in her third and final Rugby World Cup, saying: “The most important part of it for me is that I can go out and enjoy myself for the last time.”

Serena Williams Set to Retire from Tennis

23-time Grand Slam singles champion Serena Williams has announced her plans to evolve away from tennis to focus on other things that are important to her. Photo: Serena Williams (Instagram)

23-time Grand Slam singles champion Serena Williams announces her plans to evolve away from tennis to focus on other things that are important to her.