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Can Kgatlana or Steyn Stop Semenya?

Can Kgatlana or Steyn Stop Semenya?

It is anyone’s guess who will scoop gsport’s top athlete award in 2019, with CAF African Footballer of the Year Thembi Kgatlana and Comrades record buster Gerda Steyn up against 800m world champ, Caster Semenya

Tough Challenge for Robb to Retain SA Surf Title

Tough Challenge for Robb to Retain SA Surf Title

A fierce contest between SA Women’s defending surf champion Nikita Robb, Heather Clark, Tanika Hoffman and Lynne Mackey will decide the SA Women’s Surfing Champion in Durban on Sunday, while Chanelle Botha, Anoush Zakarian, Nicole Pallet and Emma Smith in the U20 Girls final

Robb Standout among SA Surf Champs Last Six

Robb Standout among SA Surf Champs Last Six

Defending SA Women’s champion Nikita Robb a standout in Round 3 of the Cool Shoe South African Surfing Championships, and she will be joined in the last six by Faye Zoetmulder, Heather Clark, Lynne Mackey, Tarryn Chudleigh and Tanika Hoffman at New Pier, Durban

Defending Champs in Line to Defend SA Surf Titles

Defending champs Nikita Robb and Heidi Palmboom progress directly to Round 3 of the Cool Shoe South African Surfing Champs at the New Pier in Durban, while competition for the titles looks to be thinned as great waves roll in on Friday

Hoffman and Baum Win Surfing Pro Events

Hoffman and Baum Win Surfing Pro Events

It was an action-packed weekend as three different Women’s Pro events took place in Kommetjie, Jeffreys Bay and Durban. Tanika Hoffman and Sarah Baum repeated first event results, when they won both the Open Division and the Pro Junior finals in the second edition of the Women’s Pro.

Top Surfers Impress in SA Women’s Pro

Top Surfers Impress in SA Women’s Pro

The top three surfers in the country Tanika Hoffman, Bianca Buitendag and Sarah Baum showed their pedigrees at the Cape Town, Jeffreys Bay and Durban editions of the Surfing South Africa Pro winning six titles between them.

Stars Line Up for Inaugural Pro Surf Contest

The first-ever Surfing South Africa Women’s Pro takes place simultaneously in Cape Town, Jeffreys Bay and Durban on Sunday, and 80 local and international wave merchants have signed up to carve their names in the history books

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