Team SA finished the 2021 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships with four bronze medals as the pair of Jenna Nisbet and Saskia Hockly ended third in the Senior Women’s K2 race #GoGirls
South African women in sport raise the bar, signing lucrative deals and produce unstoppable performances, resulting in a bumper June edition of gsport’s monthly #GAL2021 Newsmakers List, powered by Momentum #SheOwnsHerSuccess
Junior Saskia Hockly laid down another marker in her impressive rise through the female paddling ranks, winning the iconic Bay Union King of the Bay surfski race in tough, blustery conditions on Sunday. #GoGirls
Bridgitte Hartley demolished the Short Course field to exemplify the cream of the country’s marathon paddlers battling the cold Cape conditions on the first day of the SA Canoe Marathon Championships, at Zandvlei on Friday. #GoGirls
BREAKING!! Para athletes are dominating and smashing records as it reflects in an inspiring monthly edition of #GAL2021 Newsmakers. #GoGirls
Under 18 paddler, Saskia Hockly, won the women’s single ski race at the Thule Season Starter, while the overall line honours went to Hilary Bruss and Hayley Nixon, who marked her return to racing after the birth of her child.
Michelle Burn revelled in familiar ocean conditions to canter away to an almost five-minute victory margin over Cape racers Kira Bester and Melanie van Niekerk to win at the Fenn SA Surfski Championships.
Christie Mackenzie defends Dusi Canoe Marathon title after capsizing in the full river four times before reaching the finish line ahead of second-placed Jordan Peek.
Stage Two Dusi Canoe Marathon leader Christie Mackenzie maintains her lead for the top spot, closing Day Two 8 minutes ahead of second-placed Jordan Peek.
Defending Dusi K1 champ Christie Mackenzie opens big lead on day 1 of the race, closing the day 7 ½ minutes ahead of second-placed Jordan Peek.