Women in Sport Shine at 2024 SA Sport Awards

Kirsten Neuschäfer (centre) won the South African Sportswoman of the Year Award at the 17th Annual SA Sport Awards against serious contenders, Simoné Kruger (right) won Sportswoman of the Year with a Disability, and gsport Founder Kass Naidoo was a Ministerial Recognition of Excellence Award recipient at Sun City on Sunday, 5 May, 2024. Photo: gsport

“My proudest moment was sailing over the finish line, waving the South African flag.” – Kirsten Neuschäfer after winning SA Sportswoman of the Year at SA Sport Awards. Also wins for Kgothatso Montjane, Blanche de la Guerre and Kass Naidoo

Sunday Read: Anruné Weyers Hangs Up her Spikes

Among the foremost of South African Para Athletes, 400m T47 star Anruné Weyers has decided to hang up her spikes as a professional athlete, bringing an end to a prolific international career which includes Paralympic gold, and world champion- and world record-holder acclaim amongst her highest achievements. Photo: Anruné Weyers

#SundayRead: SA 400m T47 Para Athletics star Anruné Weyers has decided to hang up her spikes as a professional athlete, bringing an end to a prolific international career which includes Paralympic gold, and world champion- and world record-holder acclaim #GoGirls!

Super Fight Could Decide Undisputed World Champ

American professional boxer, Claressa Shields, pictured with her titles. Photo: Claressa Shields (Twitter)

American professional boxer, Claressa Shields’ promoter suggests a mega event on the cards between his fighter and Ireland’s Katie Taylor in a bout to become the undisputed world champion.

Weyers Ready to Fulfill Her Dreams at the Tokyo Games

Double-finalist Anrune Weyers is elated to be part of an esteemed group of women in sport that will be recognised for their incredible work in the past year. The Two-time Paralympian and World Champion is nominated in the Athlete with Disability and Momentum Athlete of the Year categories.

Sanders and Ackermann Gear Up for Olympic Qualifiers

South Africa’s Gillian Sanders and Simone Ackermann will be among 67 athletes competing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Qualification Event in Odaiba Park as they look to earn their spots at the prestigious showcase next year

Steyn to battle it out with Semenya and Kgatlana for gsport Crown

Gerda Steyn will battle it out with 800m World Champion, Caster Semenya, and CAF African Women’s Footballer of the Year, Thembi Kgatlana, for gsport Athlete of the Year as public voting kicks off from 19 July to 9 August, to determine the winners across 18 categories for the 2019 gsport Awards