gsport is delighted to announce the ten South African individuals and teams unveiled as its October’s Newsmakers, who now join those already in consideration for national acclaim at gsport’s year-end gsport Annual List, early in December.
Team South Africa have reason to smile after scooping silver medals after competing against the world’s best in the National Teams section of the Rushmoor Rose Bowl International in England from 21-22 October #GoGirls #gsport International
South African junior swimmers returned with a bag of medals after their inspiring exploits in the pool at the Namibia Short Course Championships in The Cube, Swakopmund, Namibia
Marlie Viljoen grabs South Africa’s first gold in the women’s 400m dash, while Erin Gallagher and Kaylene Corbett secure silver in the pool at the FISU Games in China.
Congratulations to Kat Swanepoel, who secured silver and set an African record in the 50m Breaststroke SB3 final at the World Para Swimming Championships in Manchester.
In a thrilling third day of competition at the Paris 2023 World Para Athletics Championships, Team South Africa showcased their prowess with an outstanding performance by Louzanne Coetzee, who secured the first medal for the nation.
Lara van Niekerk added to her season silverware haul when she touched second in the 50m breaststroke at the Barcelona stop of the international Mare Nonstrum Swim Tour
As the year winds down and we look ahead to 2022, gsport has chosen five women in Lydia Monyepao, Miné de Klerk, Mpumi Manyisi, Nonkululeko Mlaba and Simoné Kruger who all have what it takes to rise to a winning 2022 #GoGirls!
After losing her leg in a trampoline accident, young para-gymnast, Kamogelo Mokeke, continues to beat the odds despite the challenges she faces. She chats to Faheedah Crouch about her journey and aspirations.
In this exclusive interview, South Africa’s Milnay Louw spoke with gsport after her silver medal at the Growthpoint SA Squash Open after a tough final won by Egyptian Menna Hamed, her future goals and plans to give back to the youth
Swim sensation Tatjana Schoenmaker bagged South Africa’s second medal at the World Swimming Champs in the final of the 200m breaststroke in Gwangju, South Korea
Congratulations to Gabriela Isaacs, the only South African to earn silver at an IESF World Championships.