SA Champ Water Polo Goalie Alexandra Gascoigne speaks out of “the Cage”
Mar05

SA Champ Water Polo Goalie Alexandra Gascoigne speaks out of “the Cage”

SA Champ Water Polo Goalie Alexandra Gascoigne speaks out of “the Cage” This 20 year old architecture student from the University of Pretoria has a day that does not end on campus until her training with the Tuks Ladies Waterpolo Club is complete. It is the input , commitment and aspirations shown by girls like Al, which have grown the sport and secured its place as one of the most prolific, uncompromising competitive sports in our...

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WP Aquatics Showcase Watersports and Water safety
Mar04

WP Aquatics Showcase Watersports and Water safety

WP Aquatics Showcase Watersports and Water safety The City’s Sea Point swimming pool played host to an aquatics carnival on the 1 march, which it is hoped will become an annual event. One of the City of Cape Town’s flagship facilities partnered with Western Province Aquatics to host this event at the newly renovated Sea Point swimming pool. This water-based fun day is aimed at bringing communities and families together and introducing...

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Water skiing – Travis Fisher
Feb12

Water skiing – Travis Fisher

Travis Fisher is no ordinary 19 year old – he is an extraordinary water sportsman! Travis started water skiing at the age of the three and has spent almost every weekend and holiday at the lake since then. He initially started his competitive career at 7 years of age – without skis!  At first he competed in Barefoot water skiing, before switching to classical tournament water skiing in 2004. By 2007, he really started taking...

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First blind kiteboarder on film
Jan26

First blind kiteboarder on film

Phil Larcher , a rider born in the South of France with American nationality can most definitely be added to our “Hall of Eyecandy” He currently resides in Tarifa, which lies at the beginning of the beautiful Costa de la Luz,  the busiest kitesurfing destination in the world. Not only do the huge beaches cope with the thousands of kiters that descend on Tarifa each season, but you can expect wind and sun for 300 days a...

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Summer is here – throwback to WINTER Volvo Extreme Waterpolo Tournament
Jan26

Summer is here – throwback to WINTER Volvo Extreme Waterpolo Tournament

2014 marked the tenth time Cape Town hosted the only African stopover of the premier Volvo Ocean Race (VOR), which started from Alicante in Spain in the autumn of 2014.   Volvo Ocean Race CEO Knut Frostad stated how the iconic city of Cape Town and the sight of Table Mountain on the horizon as you approach the port at the end of Leg 1 is always something every ocean racer looks forward to. The seven participating crews – Team SCA (the...

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Tough for South Africa Water Polo Jnr Men
Aug05

Tough for South Africa Water Polo Jnr Men

South Africa is one of 19 nations who have sent an u18 men’s water polo team to the 2nd World Youth Water Polo Championships, which got underway on Saturday in Istanbul .  So which team, if any, will manage to win the title from Italy, who claimed the gold medal at the successful inaugural 2012 World Youth (age 18 & under) championships in Perth, Australia? The preliminary rounds kicked off with special attention placed on group A...

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