If you’re a sports fanatic, then boy do we have a treat for you!
We’re proudly South African and have gathered 17 of the most prestigious South African sports teams and local sports people on Who’s Who SA for you.
Check out the Sports Lists we’ve compiled over the years:
A list of all South African golf players who have won at least one Major in their careers.
Who played for the Bafana Bafana team that participated in the 2010 World Cup?
Remember when we hosted the FIFA World Cup? Of course you do. Well, here are the people behind the scenes that made it all happen.
Spain was the 2010 Soccer World Cup Champions and they visited South Africa in 2013 for an international friendly. Bafana Bafana beat the Spaniards 1-0 in a victory that is largely described as shocking.
In 1996, Bafana Bafana made a newly democratic South Africa proud by winning the African Cup of Nations. And this is the squad that made it happen.
Our South African national soccer team has had its fair share of coaches. Some have come and gone, others have made a comeback.
South African swimmers have a successful history of making the country proud. Here are those who represented us in Delhi, India in 2010.
Congratulations to these fine young ladies and gents who brought home the gold from the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics!
South Africa is filled to the brim with amazing athletes. Have a look at the cream of the crop that have earned their gold medals.
We bet you can’t name all the coaches The Proteas have ad over the years? Consider this list your cheat sheet.
The Springboks won their first World Cup title in 1995. The Hollywood blockbuster, Invictus starring Matt Damon and Morgan Freeman, was based on this history-making tale.
The Springboks won the 2007 Rugby World Cup, and this is the squad that made it happen.
This list is for all Rugby boffins who want to up their general knowledge about the greatest game ever played. Can you guess: Which Springboks were capped for the Castle incoming Tour in 2012?
The Sharks walked away as the victors of the 2013 Currie Cup competition. They beat Western Province at Newlands 33-19.
South Africa went down 27-38 to the All Blacks in the 6th and final round of the 2013 Rugby Championships in Johannesburg, in what could be described as a final – the winner would take the Championship title.
Can you recall who’s had a major say in how our Springbok team plays? This list consists of all the Springbok coaches who’ve trained our boys.
South African athletes from all sport codes were honoured at this annual prestigious event.
You’ll never guess which local sportsperson made the most money in South Africa in 2013!
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