The South African Rugby Union calls up 35 players to the Springbok Women’s World Cup training squad as preparations kick up a gear ahead of the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand in 2022 #GoGirls
Stellenbosch Academy of Sport
Springbok Women’s coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, expresses his satisfaction with his team as they wrap up their two-and-a-half-month national training camp in Stellenbosch
A Springbok Women’s squad of 40 are in camp at Stellenbosch fine-tuning their preparations for the upcoming Rugby World Cup kicking off in New Zealand this September
Introducing ‘Becoming Imbokodo’, an exciting new reality TV show initiative that will see a number of female athletes participate in country-wide trials to become part of the Springbok Women’s Sevens team
Having qualified for IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens as Africa champs, Springbok Women’s Sevens coach Paul Delport is pleased with his squad’s progress and improvement ahead of the San Francisco showpiece late in July
Defending champs Blue Bulls lead a contingent of 17 women’s teams all focussed on making their mark the 2016 SA Rugby Interprovincial Sevens tournament on Friday and Saturday at the Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit.
Sharapova’s coach to discover SA’s grand slam potential amongst the country’s young tennis players as he conducts clinics at the Stellenbosch Academy of Sport in November
Being invited to take on world-leading netball teams Australia, New Zealand and England in October’s Quad Series, in Australia and New Zealand, is proof that Netball SA is making progress in establishing itself as a top contender for world stakes, according to national coach Elize Kotze
Eye Gym founder Dr. Sherylle Calder will spend quality time with the SPAR Proteas team in a rigorous three-day training programme ahead of the Quad Series in October when the team will face Australia, New Zealand and England down under.
Netball SA calls on world-renowned visual sports specialist, Dr Sherylle Calder for visual training exercises based on her Visual Performance Training Science.