SA champion Candice Lill and World Marathon champion Mona Mitterwallner secured the 2024 Momentum Medical Scheme Tankwa Trek in emphatic fashion outside Ceres in the Western Cape on Sunday
Carla Oberholzer won her second women’s national road title to add weight to her case to represent South Africa at the Paris Olympic Games, sealing the victory after finishing the 138km route in 04:08:32
Former SA marathon champion Samantha Sanders won the 2024 Momentum Medical Scheme Attakwas Extreme from Chandelier Game Lodge to Pine Creek Resort in gruelling conditions in the Klein Karoo on Saturday
Aramex’s Global Commercial Marketing Manager, Miguel Netto says their sponsorship is far more than just a marketing opportunity but rather a way to grow the ABSA Cape Epic for it’s female competitors.
2024 marks the 20th anniversary of the iconic Absa Cape Epic, and in celebration of this milestone, Absa is taking the #SheUntamed initiative to new heights. The bank aims to assemble a 20 all-women teams as part of Team Absa #SheUntamed #20for20
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games taking place in Paris, France this year, sportswomen will look to build on platforms built in 2023 as they pursue international success in a bumper year for women’s sport in 2024
International cyclist Tiffany Keep is benefitting after a leap of faith allowed her to realise professional firsts in 2023, and she believes the platform she’s laid will allow her greater opportunities to qualify for Paris 2024 among with other career goals
Carla Oberholzer has secured her fourth title at the iconic 947 Ride Joburg Cycle Race when she crossed the line a time of 2:41:43 ahead of her rivals Maude Elaine Le Roux and Joanna Van De Winkel in Soweto on Sunday 19 November
Cyclist Elisa Longo Borghini is grateful for her family’s support as she overcame recent health issues to win the second edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes with a long solo attack on Saturday.
South Africa’s long-time no.1 road cycling favourite on the international scene Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio has announced that 2022 will be her final year as professional on the European tour, and that she looks forward to working on her businesses in sport.
Dutch Cyclo-Cross star, Lucinda Brand, put up a hard-fought performance to beat 19-year-old Puck Pieterse and win her sixth consecutive GP SVEN Nys women’s elite race in Hulst, Netherlands.
South Africa’s top professional and a host of international riders took part in the 123rd edition of the biggest track cycling event in Africa, the Paarl Boxing Day Track Challenge.