Gold medal rush for South African women athletes at African Championships as new stars emerge. #MondayMotivation
Zeney van der Walt
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 track & field stars will go head-to-head against international champions at the third leg of the ASA Athletics Grand Prix Series in Potchefstroom on Wednesday.
Double Olympic champion, Caster Semenya, sets Personal Best to win the 3000m race at the ASA Athletics Grand Prix in Cape Town.
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.
Tuks athlete Phindile Kubheka smashes the field to win the USSA women’s 100m title in a time of 11.68. There were also winning performances from Justine Palframan, Prudence Sekgodiso, Zeney van der Walt and Patience Ntshingila. #GoGirls
South African 400m hurdles specialist, Wenda Nel, posted the second-fastest world leading and Olympic qualifying time on Saturday, at the ACNW Open Meeting in Potchefstroom #GoGirls
Tuks athlete, Taylon Biedt, made a winning return to the 400m hurdles race beating eight-time South African champion, Wenda Nel and former double world champion, Zeney van der Walt at the Bestmed TuksAthletics Stadium recently.
Stellar performances on final day of Sizwe Medical Fund ASA Senior Track and Fields Champs in Tshwane with Deline Mpiti, Wenda Nel, Justine Palframan, Prudence Sekgodiso and others claiming top honours.