South Africa will be cheering on medal hopefuls Bridgitte Hartley, Sunette Viljoen and Caster Semenya on Women’s Day. Go Girls!
More than 50 women athletes make the cut in SASCOC’s initial London 2012 Team SA announcement
Sunette Viljoen charting a come-back trail timed to peak just at the London 2012 Olympic Games
Caster Semenya a likely medalist among ASA’s list of 30 to represent South Africa at the CAA Africa Senior Championships in Benin come the end of June
South African javelin champ Sunette Viljoen would love a medal at London 2012, but her long years of training have taught her to take things step by step. Sunette discusses her love for sport, her preparations for the Olympic Games, and her son, Henré.
Caster Semenya and Sunette Viljoen lead the charge to achieve Olympic qualification at Saturday’s SA Senior Athletic Championships in Nelson Mandela Bay metropolis.
As the only female nominee, Banyana Banyana striker Noko Matlou will aim to follow in the footsteps of Natalie du Toit when the Sports Star of the Year is announced at the prestigious South African Sports Awards later this month.
Olympic qualifier Isabel le Roux has recorded a good win at the 2008 Jozef Odlozil Memorial Athletics meeting, in Prague on Monday evening, when she won the 200m in 23.31 […]
Spring queen Geraldine Pillay is looking forward to competition in her first Yellow Pages event entered. Three Beijing Olympic qualifiers, a national junior record and several personal best performances are […]
Javelin specialist Sunette Viljoen sparkled at the Yellow Pages Series Meeting in Potchefstroom on Friday night, in an event during which ghastly winds played havoc midway through the meet, leading […]