Download the official results here.
Download the official results here.
Durban, Saturday, 8th April 2017 – The 2017 SA National Aquatic Championships in Durban successfully concluded today with a total of twenty-four Junior and eight Senior FINA World Championships qualifications, as well as four Deaf Olympics and seven World Para Swimming Championships qualifiers.
Chad le Clos celebrated the confirmation of his third qualification time for Hungary in the 100m butterfly when he clocked a fast 51.29, followed by Ryan Coetzee (53.29) and Ralph Goveia (54.30), while Brad Tandy and Zane Waddell were all smiles in the 50m freestyle final, claiming the gold and silver in FINA World Championships qualification times of 21.97 and 22.41, respectively. Douglas Erasmus won the bronze in 22.63.
Finishing over two seconds ahead of the pack, Brent Szurdoki scooped the ...Read More
South Africa is a nation that loves a success story. And for many years, sports has played an important role not only for nation-building but to also expose young South Africans to role models that they can look up to.
The media’s role is quintessential, in that, without television, radio, newspaper or social media coverage, many of our stars would be oblivious to us.
Our country’s Paralympic athletes are a case in point.
Once every four years, we celebrate their feats and have hailed many of them as our national sporting heroes.
In 2016, South Africans were basking in the glory as our disabled athletes walked away with an impressive haul of 17 medals at the Rio Games.
While the 45-strong Team SA contingent gave South Africans reason to celebrate, many Paralympians are still yearnin...Read More
CONGRATULATIONS to these athletes. we looking forward to the final team announcement. SASAPD would like to make it clear that the South African team has yet to be selected.
With the 2017 Nedbank National Championships for Physically Disabled fully underway, SASAPD South African Sports Association for Physically Disabled Selected a new National Executive Committee yesterday.
The New committee will serve SASAPD for the next 4 year. They will work together with SASCOC to get our athletes ready for the Tokyo2020 Paralympic Games.
The new Executive Committee for 2017- 2021 are as follows.
Moekie Grobbelaar – President
Kobus Marais – Vice President
Jean Miggles – Executive Member
Jan Wahl – Executive Member
Laurence van Heerden – Executive ...Read More
With only 24 hours till the opening ceremony of the 2017 Nedbank National Championships for the physically Disabled in Port Elizabeth. Catch all the live streaming action from the opening ceremony on our Facebook Page.
Photo by Francois-Esterhuizen
Javelin thrower Reinhardt Hamman won a gold medal for South Africa at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio and there is a good chance of him breaking the world record when he competes in the Nedbank National Championships for the Physically Disabled in Port Elizabeth from the 31st March to the 4th April.
“My Rio medal was 14 years of hard work, dedication and never giving up on a dream, which includes breaking the world record. My personal best in my class is 50.96m, which is 41cm short of the world record, so let’s see what I can do in PE,” says 27-year-old Hamman who lives in the Strand near Cape Town and trains at Stellenbosch University six days a week.
Several Paralympic stars will feature amongst the 1300 physically disabled South African and sou...Read More
The eagerly awaited 2017 Nedbank National Championships for the Physically Disabled are just a few days away. The Champs will take place from the 31st March to 04 April in Port Elizabeth as some of the country’s top Para- Athletes battle it out for national honours and recognition.
This year’s event promises to be a tightly contested spectacle with all of Team South Africa’s 2016 Track and Field Paralympic stars already confirming their participation at the Championships. This will be the first time that that the Paralympians will be in top-flight action on home soil since their return from the hugely successful Games in Brazil where they bagged an impressive haul of 17 medals.
This year, approximately 1300 athletes are expected to register to participate in 7 sporting codes, name...Read More