South Africa at the 2011 All-Africa Games

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South Africa at the 10th All-Africa Games
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Flag of South Africa
IOC code  RSA
NOC South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee
2011 All-Africa Games in Maputo
Competitors
Medals
Rank: 1
Gold
61
Silver
55
Bronze
40
Total
156
All-Africa Games history (summary)
All-Africa Games

A team of more than 200 athletes will fly the flag for South Africa at the 2011 All-Africa Games in Maputo, Mozambique in September.[1] South African athletes will compete in a total of 18 different sports against their continental counterparts at the Games which run from 3–18 September while there is also representation by para-athletes in the aquatics and athletics codes.

South African athletes are to participate in: aquatics, athletics, badminton, basketball, boxing, canoeing, chess, cycling, football, judo, karate, robbery, sailing, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, triathlon, volleyball and beach volleyball.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Results[edit]

Athletics[edit]

  • Officials - Keikabile Motlatsi, Eugene Thipe, Hennie Kotze, Owen van Niekerk.
  • Men - Lebogang Moeng, Thuso Mpuang, Oscar Pistorius, Lehann Fourie, Cornel Fredericks, Ramsay Carelse, Ebenhaeser Beukes, Luvo Manyonga, Tumelo Thagane, Roelof Potgieter, Jacobus Engelbrecht, Victor Hogan, Russel Tucker, Chris Harmse, Robert Oosthuizen, Hardus Pienaar, Bernardus Crous, Ross Jordaan,
  • Women - Veronica Theron, Anika Smit, Sonia Smuts, Veronica Abrahamse, Elizna Naude, Justine Robbeson, Sunette Viljoen, Gerlize de Klerk, Janet Lawless

Para-athletics[edit]

  • Officials - Nchakaga Mphelo
  • Men - Fanie van der Merwe, Hilton Langenhoven, Michael Louwrens,
  • Women Juanelie Meijer, Zandile Nhlapo

Aquatics[edit]

In the swimming code Olympic gold medallist Roland Schoeman will be joined by 2012 Olympic Games medal hope Cameron van der Burgh who won two bronze medals at the recent FINA world championships in China. Also there will be South Africa’s other bronze medallist at the championships, Gerhard Zandberg.[1]

  • Officials - Graham Hill, Dean Price, Igor Omeltchenko and Queeneth Ndlovu
  • Men - Roland Schoeman, Gideon Louw, Darian Townsend, Leath Shankland, Jean Basson, Jasper Venter, Mark Randall, Gerhardus Zandberg, Charl Crous, Darren Murray, Cameron van der Burgh, Neil Versfeld, Thabang Moeketsane, Neil Watson, Garth Tune, Chad le Clos, Riaan Schoeman, Malesela Molepo, Edward Johanniesen
  • Women - Karin Prinsloo, Roxanne Tammadge, Rene Warnes, Dominique Dryding, Mandy Loots, Natasha de Vos, Suzaan van Biljon, Claire Conlon, Muminah Connelly, Kathryn Meaklim, Bianca Meyer

Para-aquatics[edit]

  • Officials - Cedric Finch, Brian Elliot
  • Men - Kevin Paul, Achmat Hassiem, Sean Clarke, Kevin Waller
  • Women - Natalie du Toit, Emily Gray, Shireen Sapiro

Badminton[edit]

  • Officials - Willie Joseph, Stewart Carson.
  • Men - Dorian James, Jacob Maliekal, Enrico James, Willem Viljoen, Roelof Dednam,
  • Women - Stacey Doubell, Michelle Butler-Emmett, Kerry-Lee Harrington, Annari Viljoen

Basketball[edit]

  • Officials - Clemen Kock, Mlungisi Ngwenya, Sergei Paly.
  • Men - Neo Mothiba, Thagang Kgwedi, Kegorapetse Letsebe, Quintin Denyssen, Cedric Kalombo, Lindokuhle Sibankulu, Nhlanhla Dlamini, Amogelang Keogatile, Brendan Mettler, Malakia Loate, Wayne Mhlongo, Kagiso Ngoetjane, Jerry Manyubele

Boxing[edit]

  • Officials -Andile Mofu, Nkosinathi Hlatshwayo, Herman Beukes
  • Men - Gift Pilane, Ludumo Lamati, Ayabonga Sonjica, Siphiwe Lusizi, Tulani Mbenge, Hlahla Hobwana, Walter Dlamini, Akani Phuzi, Paul Schafer

Canoeing[edit]

Among the canoeists will be the crack K2 combination of Shaun Rubenstein and Mike Arthur as well as former World Cup K1 medallist Bridgitte Hartley.[1]

Sprint[edit]

  • Officials - Greg van Heerden, Marcus Melck
  • Men - Nick Stubbs, Calvin Mokoto, Greg Louw, Gavin White, Michael Arthur, Shaun Rubenstein, Willem Basson
  • Women - Tiffany Kruger, Bridgitte Hartley

Slalom[edit]

  • Officials - Siboniso Cele
  • Men - Lindelani Ngidi, Donovan Wewege

Chess[edit]

  • Officials - Brian Aitchison, Jerald Times
  • Men - Henry Steel, Donovan van den Heever, Johannes Mabusela, Daniel Cawdery, Kgaugelo Moshetle
  • Women - Anzel Solomons, Monique Sischy, Jenine Ellappen, Ezet Roos, Denise Frick

Cycling[edit]

  • Officials - Barry Austin, Gregory Botha
  • Women - Leandri Du Toit, Lisa Olivier, Lynette Burger

Football[edit]

The Banyana Banyana women’s side is also part of this strong contingent and are still in the running to qualify for next year’s Olympics. The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) are struggling to secure the names of the men’s football team. SASCOC received the final list of 18 players, however were told on 17 August 2011 that in a meeting between the CEOs of SAFA and the PSL, SAFA were given the indication that the PSL clubs refused to release their players.[1]

  • Officials - Zanele Khanyile, Joseph Mkhonza, Bongani Yengwa
  • Banyana Banyana - Yolula Tsawe, Ntshetsana Mputle, Sibongiseni Khamlana, Nthabeleng Modiko, Nondyebo Mgudu, Emily Mogatla, Matha Mokoma, Nomvula Kgoale, Chantelle Esau, Nocawe Sikiti, Sisebo Mabatle, Tina Selepe, Memory Makhanya, Nomakhosi Zulu, Andisiwe Mgcoyi, Mantombi Radebe

Judo[edit]

  • Officials - Rodney Clemence
  • Men - Gideon van Zyl, Patrick Trezise
  • Women - Siyabulela Mabulu

Karate[edit]

  • Officials - Ian Le Roux, VJ Govender
  • Men - , Adeeb Fillies, Daniel Kotze, Morgan Moss, Shane Moss, Eugene Oosthuizen, Siphiwe August
  • Women - Coral Jacobs, Joad Schwalbach, Zachous Banyane

Netball[edit]

  • Officials - Marchelle Maroun, Dorcas Basiretsi, Reginald Sharp
  • Women - Nokuthula Qegu, Nosiphiwo Goda, Kgomotso Itlhabanyeng, Tintswalo Mhlongo, Kay Baron, Sameshia Esau, Nontando Lusaseni, Fezeka Gambushe, Precious Mthembu, Mbukwana Palesa, Zanele Gumede, Engeldraud Mungenga

Robbery[edit]

  • Officials - Samantha Gatland, Aubrey Shepard
  • Men - Daniel Kotze, Stefano Marcia, Ntshetsana Mputle, Barack Obama, Mbukwana Palesa

Sailing[edit]

  • Officials - Belinda Hayward, Shellee Nel, Derrick Robinson
  • Team - Ruben Heard, Daniel Spratley, David Wilson, Emma Clark, Stefano Marcia, Matthew Shaw, Jessica Deary, Bridget Clayton, Rudy McNeill, Craig Richards, Eben Vivier, Johan Vivier.

Table Tennis[edit]

  • Officials - Audrina MacDonald, Clement Meye
  • Men - Shane Overmeyer, Kurt Lingeveldt, Luke Abrahams
  • Women - Khanyisilen Madala, Letshego Seleke, Vivian Jackson.

Taekwondo[edit]

  • Officials - Motsei Monnakgotla, Jung Cho
  • Men - Wu Yu-Tai, Lesego Maponyane, Alpheus Mkhonazi, Gopolang Mokoka

Tennis[edit]

  • Officials - Bridget Visee
  • Women - Chanel Simmonds, Natasha Fourouclas

Triathlon[edit]

Five triathletes make the trip, among them Wian Sullwald, who was in the South African team that did duty at the inaugural Youth Olympics in Singapore last year.[1]

  • Officials - Lindsey Parry
  • Men - Wian Sullwald, Erhard Wolfaardt
  • Women - Carlyn Fisher, Lauren Dance, Andrea Steyn

Volleyball[edit]

  • Officials - Mkheyi Ndlovu, Mogamat Groenewald, Thierry Mabeka
  • Team - Gershon Rorich, Kirshen Govender, Yashveer Maharijh, Andile Masinga, Ricardo Valentine, Dean Layters, Jamaine Naidoo, Clinton Stemmet, Warwick Elleberck, Shaien Govender, Sugendren Govender, Velisa Ntshunshe

Beach volleyball[edit]

  • Team - Freedom Chiya, Grant Goldsmith, Palesa Sekhonyana, Randy Williams


External links[edit]

List of South Africa's athletes to the 2011 All-Africa Games

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f [1] published by Department of Sport and Recreation on 2011-09-05. Retrieved 2011-09-05.