The Angolan Swimming Federation had the privilege of receiving a visit from HE Mr. Vice President of the Republic of Angola, Dr. Bornito de Sousa, in what was the first time that this happened with the federation.
On this visit, he got to know the (humble) facilities of the Federation, we took a guided tour of the Alvalade swimming pool (our swimming cathedral), met and talked with the athletes who have been part of the national teams since 2021 (those in Angola) and at the end, there was a working meeting with the Federation's boar...Read More
The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) has presented an Honorary President of SASCOC award to the high-profile anti-apartheid campaigner Dr. Sam Ramsamy.
The appointment was made at SASCOC's first General Council Hybrid Meeting for 2022, where 63 Members attended.
The SASCOC President, Barry Hendricks, congratulated Ramsamy on the Honorary President of SASCOC Award, "Congratulations to Dr. Sam Ramsamy, a dedicated leader who contributed to the history and growth of sport, protected the integrity of ...Read More
Monday, 9 May 2022 – Chad le Clos has been included in the team to represent South Africa at the FINA World Championships for an incredible seventh time.
Swimming South Africa announced the team that will compete at the event in Budapest, Hungary from 18 June to 3 July 2022 with Le Clos leading the charge along with several young guns who will be competing at their first world championships.
Among them is teenage sensation Lara van Niekerk, who beat Olympic 100m breaststroke silver medallist Tatjana Schoenmaker to the national title...Read More