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Robyn de Groot Sets Sight on European Success

Robyn de Groot Sets Sight on European Success

Champion Mountain Biker, Robyn de Groot, is aiming to spend the next few seasons of her career conquering Europe to add more silverware to her glistening trophy cabinet. She chats to Celine Abrahams about returning to action after months of inactivity.

Dr Johmari Logtenberg Finds New Success

Dr Johmari Logtenberg Finds New Success

Meet Dr Johmari Logtenberg, the former South African women’s cricket vice-captain turned golfer, whose sporting career was agonisingly cut short, but her champion mentality has seen her rise up to become a leading chiropractic doctor.

Bruce the Boundary Breaker

Bruce the Boundary Breaker

Sunday Read: Entrepreneurial genius Bruce Davidson is the focus of gsport’s recognition of men who make significant contribution to women’s sport in South Africa. In a sector that has traditionally gained remarkably little interest, Davidson is rightly credited for moving heaven and earth to allow our sportswomen make more of their inherent participation rights.

Through the Lens of Reg Caldecott

Through the Lens of Reg Caldecott

Sunday Read: As we celebrate Women’s Month, gsport is also honouring the men who support our sports women. This week, we look at women’s sport through the lens of Reg Caldecott.

November 2008 Woman: Elise Lombard

As the country’s only woman CEO in cricket administration, Elise Lombard doesn’t shy away from attention to detail with a focus on consistent hard work, and her efforts have lead to her nomination as the 2008 Shoprite Checkers Woman of the Year Award, among other notable achievements. But Elise is a down-to-earth administrator who has […]

2008 January Woman in Media: Renelle Naidoo

  Renelle Naidoo has come a long way since starting off in sports journalism seven years ago. She currently works in print, radio, and has just secured a TV contract with SABC Sport.   Sports journalist Renelle Naidoo is a motor sport fanatic, so it’s no surprise that one of her ambitions is to replace […]

Amanda Coetzer, the Little Assassin

As they say, all good things must come to an end! And that’s where Amanda Coetzer finds herself after a decade and a half in the glare of the sporting media’s spotlight.       In a statement sent to all media houses towards the end of May, Amanda said has spoken her final public […]

2007 June Woman in Media: Liryn de Jager

  Liryn de Jager grew up in a sports-mad family, and for as long as she can remember, she wanted to be a sports journalist.   Four years ago, Liryn got her first big break in sports journalism, and she hasn’t looked back since.   In fact, the Rapport journalist is now regarded as one […]

2007 June gSTAR: Alicia Pillay

  Alicia Pillay’s childhood dream was to represent South Africa at the Olympics. She was nominated for the 2004 Olympics, but as Alicia tells us, due to “the ridiculously high cut of 70”, South Africa was not represented.       This time around, injury is threatening to ruin the 27-year-old’s Olympic dream.   But […]

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