South African Masters surfing champion and founder of Find Your Stoke, Tasha Mentasti, held a gathering in Cape Town to create and promote participation of all women of all abilities in ocean and water activities. She hopes to see the sisterhood expand in the sport.
The Sport, Arts and Culture Relief Fund beneficiaries list has been released and women in sport feature prominently. We spoke to some of them about the impact of the support in these uncertain times.
The gsport initiative announces the fourth set of monthly newsmakers this year in the build up to the second gsport Annual List event in December 2020.
Women’s surfing pioneer, and former South African champion, Tasha Mentasti, is grateful to Sport and Recreation South Africa for providing financial assistance through their relief fund to ease the pressure on athletes during COVID-19 lockdown. She also chats to Celine Abrahams about how the pandemic is affecting the surfing community.
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
Sam Cele, Bronwyn Moodie, Christy Gilmour and Juliet Fiet stand out as WP comfortably defend their Mandela Bay Trophy at 2013 Billabong Grommet Games in PE over Easter
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.
Our esteemed judges have unveiled the finalists in each category for the 2012 SPAR gsport Awards, and friends, fans and family of the 2012 SPAR gsport Awards finalists are urged to organise wide support for their candidates, to give them every chance of being honoured this year.
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
Winners coast to coast as Surfing South Africa’s Women’s Day Surf Challenge was held simultaneously at the Bay of Plenty in Durban, and Muizenberg Pavilion in Cape Town