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 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
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.
Tokyo Games contender, Tatjana Schoenmaker, sets a new African 50m breaststroke record on day one of national Trials, in Gqeberha on Wednesday
BREAKING!! Efforts to increase the coverage and support of women in sport is on the rise and making headlines as it reflects in an exceptional monthly edition of #GAL2021 Newsmakers. #GoGirls
#OnThisDay One year ago, the gsport team challenged itself to tell one story a day to get us through the Covid-19 lockdown. A year later, we have settled into a new rhythm and have expanded our scope to successfully include African and global news. gsport Editor Kass Naidoo shares her thoughts. #ChooseDay
Mr Price Sport together with South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee announce a multi-year, multi-Games partnership, which will make the sportswear retailer the official apparel sponsor of Team South Africa.
Unveiling a star-studded January list of Newsmakers ahead of the third edition of the #GAL2021 event in December
SASCOC reassures athletes that there is full focus on preparing for the successful delivery of Team SA to both the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo in July.
SASCOC’S first Vice-President, Lwandile Simelane believes the leading women in sport on the board are going to make huge strides in changing the perception of women in leadership positions during their term