Gold medal rush for South African women athletes at African Championships as new stars emerge. #MondayMotivation
South African sprint queen Banele Shabangu lives up to expectations as she wins the 200m race on the final day of the ASA Track and Field National Championships.
In the highly anticipated 5000m showdown between Caster Semenya and Dominique Scott, it was the latter who emerged victorious on Day 1 of the ASA Track and Field Championships.
South Africa’s Simoné Kruger breaks the Discus Women F38 African record at the ASA Grand Prix Series 4 Meeting in Germiston.
Caster Semenya announced by Athletics SA in the 18-strong world-class women’s athlete contingent of the National Preparation Squad, ahead of the World Athletics Championship and Commonwealth Games.
Team South Africa’s Wenda Nel believes she can go faster as she progresses to the Olympic Games’ 400m hurdles semi-final round, set to take place on Monday. #Tokyo2020
If you haven’t nominated anyone for the 2021 Momentum gsport Awards yet, we reveal an inspirational list of achievers that you may want to consider putting forward for recognition for #gsport16 #SheOwnsHerSuccess
South Africa’s athletic duo, Dominique Scott-Efurd and Wenda Nel, completed their respective runs at the FBK Games, to ensure their participation at the Tokyo Olympic Games later in July. #ChooseDay
Unstoppable performances from Tokyo-bound Olympians and Paralympians have resulted in a bumper May edition of the monthly #GAL2021 Newsmakers List. #GoGirls
SASCOC announces its initial Team SA squad including 27 women athletes who have earned call-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games starting end July in Japan