Bring on 2019!

As another sporting season ends, we can start looking forward to all that 2019 promises Apart from wheelchair tennis, the sporting season has come to an end. As promised, here’s a quick update on the Supersport Wheelchair Basketball Series winners. A big congratulations to Lions from North West for an...

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Bowling away the competition

ROLLING INSPIRATION contributor Mandy Latimore participated in the Rainbow Trips Ultimate Performance Bowls Competition. She shares her experience. Now in its fifth year, the Rainbow Trips Ultimate Performance Bowls Competition was sponsored by Ultimate Performance with a total prize purse of R30 000. More than 200 entrants signed up. “The aim...

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2018 Sporting season coming to an end

Most of the sporting events for South African para athletes in 2018 have finished or are coming to an end as the festive season approaches. Here are some of the last highlights of the year. The season for a number of para sports is either finished or will be finishing...

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2018 sporting season in full swing

There’s a lot going on in the world of sport, from the SuperSport Wheelchair Basketball Series to the World Para Grand Prix, and more. The season for a number of para sports is in full swing, some local and some international. The SuperSport Wheelchair Basketball Series (one of the only...

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Marcel reigns supreme

  Marcel Hug has been awarded the Sportsperson with a Disability award for 2018 at the 2018 Laureus World Sports Award ceremony held in Monaco. It is no surprise that the para athlete won with all of his sporting achievements. Marcel Hug was awarded the 2018 Laureus World Sports Award...

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Commonwealth Games, here we come

The South African Para athletes finished 2017 with a bang and are now looking to conquer 2018. First up is the Commonwealth Games. Happy 2018! May this year bring all the best to our Para athletes as they begin their quest in earnest for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The...

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As we greet 2018…

Anticipation builds as we wait to hear who will be the team to participate in the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and South Africa can be proud to be on the five-country expert panel for Tokyo 2020. The World Para Powerlifting and World Para Swimming Championships have now been officially rescheduled, following...

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The last exciting stretch for 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, there are still some exciting events ahead, such as the SuperSport Series and Vodacom National Championship wheelchair basketball tournaments The year after the Paralympic Games is always a quiet one, however, there are a few competitions left for this year. Unfortunately, the World Para Powerlifting...

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Tough competition at the World Para Athletics Championship

At the first major Paralympic competition in the run-up to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, South Africa walks away with 15 medals So, the first major Paralympic Competition post-Rio 2016 Paralympic Games has just finished. The World Para Athletics Championships (note the new name – previously IPC Athletics World Championships)...

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