On this final #WCW of 2020, we salute Women of Firsts who shattered barriers this year and encouraged us to reach higher!
gsport intends to build on the #BestMan feature in 2021, launched by gsport in 2020 to celebrate men who sincerely support the advancement of women in sport
Springbok Women’s head coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, is looking forward to guiding the team to the 2021 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. He chats about dealing with a challenging year and his journey in the sport.
Springbok Women’s head coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, reacts to the 2021 Rugby World Cup draw as South Africa to face England, France and debutantes Fiji in challenging Pool C.
Springbok Women’s fullback, Eloise Webb, is an all-round athlete boasting national colours in cricket and javelin, not to mention major cred in netball, and talks about choosing rugby as a professional athlete.
2019 SA Rugby Women’s Achiever of the Year, Aseza Hele, believes she is a new person on and off the field due to playing rugby. She chats about how she stumbled across the sport.
Springbok Women’s scrumhalf, Mathrin Simmers, is in line to play her way into the national women’s team for the 2021 Rugby World Cup. She chats about her rugby journey after making her debut in 2013.
South Africa’s first ever female head coach of a South African national rugby team, SA U20 women’s coach, Laurian Johannes, has broken new ground, after being unveiled as the Springbok Women’s Coaching Intern for Rugby World Cup 2021.
The players have continued to put in the hard yards in terms of their training during lockdown, and I commend them for that.” – SA Rugby CEO, Jurie Roux, following news that the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup won’t go ahead due to Covid-19.
The Springbok Women’s team will be looking forward to retaining their Rugby Africa Women’s Cup title when they face Uganda, Madagascar and Kenya from the end of May