South African women in sport continue to dominate headlines globally, resulting in a fierce gsport Annual List for October as we gear up for the third annual newsmakers event in December.
With a clean sweep of six wins in six races, Ethiopia’s Tadu Nare plans on using her SPAR Grand Prix 10km victory prize money to build a home for her mother #SundaySmile
While younger runners battled it out for top positions in the Joburg SPAR Women’s 10km Grand Prix, 90-year-old Deidre Larkin completed the race in 70 minutes #GoGirls
Heritage Month concluded on a high as women in sport proudly flew the South African flag around the globe to add to a fierce #GAL2021 list, powered by the Momentum gsport Newsroom. #GoGirls
Ethiopia’s Tadu Nare continues to dominate Spar Grand Prix 10km series. Glenrose Xaba earns third second placed finish of the series, saying international runners are motivating local runners to improve. #GoGirls #gsportAfrica #SaturdaySmile
Ethiopian runner, Tadu Nare, wins third successive 10km SPAR Grand Prix race ahead of Glenrose Xaba and Gerda Steyn in Durban.
Tadu Nare’s emphatic victory in the opening SPAR Grand Prix 10km race in Pietermaritzburg has given the 20-year-old Ethiopian a key head-start in the race for overall 2021 SPAR Grand Prix honours #GoGirls
Star Boxer athlete, Glenrose Xaba, retains the women’s SA Half Marathon title in Gqerberha and believes her times will only improve as the season progresses #GoGirls
39-year-old Namibian star Helalia Johannes has won the 2019 SPAR Women’s 10km Challenge Grand Prix after being been crowned the competition’s most successful athlete ever
Kenya’s Sheila Chepkirui lived up to her billing as race favourite for the 2019 FNB Durban 10K CITYSURFRUN when she took four seconds off the South African All Comers record on Sunday