Tayla Kavanagh is the New SA 10km Champ

Tayla Kavanagh sets a massive personal best to claim the SA 10km Champion’s title in Durban in her first year as a senior athlete. Photo: Murray & Roberts Running Club (Instagram)

Tayla Kavanagh achieves new personal best time of 32:10 to win the inaugural ABSA Durban 10k City Run and be crowned new SA 10km Champion in her first year as a senior athletes. #GoGirls

Glenrose Xaba Plans to Dominate

SA 10km cross-country -, 10km road running - and half-marathon champion, Glenrose Xaba, is pictured with SASCOC First Vice President, Lwandile Simelane, at gsport’s #GAL2020 event in Johannesburg, on 15 December, 2020. Photo: Nokuthula Mbatha/ gsport

#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

Kesa Molotsane: From the Track to the Boardroom

Prolific athlete turned sports administrator, Kesa Molotsane has been honoured in Inside Education ‘s “South Africa’s Top 100 Shining Stars”. In this photo, Molotsane is pictured receiving the 2017 KovsieSport Senior Sportswoman of the Year award for Athletics. Photo: Supplied

South Africa’s middle-distance runner turned sport administrator, Kesa Molotsane, is eager to use her experience to grow sports in the country and make USSA reach greater heights. She chats about her passion for sport.