Swimming, Tatjana Schoenmaker, Tuks, break reord, 200m breaststroke, Short Course, Suzaan van Biljon, trials, South African Shortcourse Swimming Championships, Pretoria, coach, Rocco Meiring, Pretoria, Speed, gold, Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Penny Heyns, FINA World Championships, Gwangju, South Korea, Russia, Yuliya Yefimova, 2018 gsport Sasol Emerging Athlete, 2019 Minister’s Recognition of Excellence Award, 2019 Momentum gsport Awards,
Three-time Commonwealth Youth Games medallist, Rebecca Meder, believes that her dream to represent South Africa at the Olympic Games will come when the time is right after recently falling short of an Olympic A qualifying time. She also chats to Celine Abrahams about her journey and international experience.
South African Olympian, Justine Palframan is hoping to qualify for the Olympic Games in Tokyo after recently celebrating 12 years for running for South Africa. She chats to Celine Abrahams about her Rio Olympic experience, breaking youth records and recovering from mental health issues.
Former gsport Awards Ministerial Awards recipient, University of Johannesburg’s Professor Cora Burnett-Louw chats to Celine Abrahams about her research projects, her passion for sport and giving women the platform to build their sporting careers.
South Africa will host the first Junior Women’s Hockey World Cup on the African continent when the tournament takes place in 2021 in Potchefstroom
2019 has been a rollercoaster year for the South African Water Polo team, however the relatively young squad rose above their challenges in a bid to build a formidable foundation for the future
South African swimming sensation, Tatjana Schoenmaker, was honoured for her outstanding season at the 2019 SA Sports Awards walking away with two accolades on Sunday
South African swimming sensation Tatjana Schoenmaker has been nominated for the FISU Best Athlete Award at the International University Sports Federation ceremony to be held in November in Italy
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
Madibaz artistic swimmer Courtney Musson returned with a haul of six medals – five silvers and one gold – from the South African championships in Durban last week.