The path of an Athlete is never one that is walked alone and I am proud to be supported by these groups who value the dedication of hard work and discipline in the pursuit of performance.
The University of Pretoria’s High Performance Centre (hpc) is Southern Africa’s first elite performance sports facility. The Centre is the training ground for tomorrow’s sporting champions and the venue of choice for sports professionals and enthusiasts alike.
Its vision is to be the market leader in the development and provision of services to elite sports talent at a provincial, national and international level with specific emphasis on TuksSport athletes.
FUTURELIFE® is a functional food company with a mission to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone by helping them to make the right nutritional choices in their daily lives.
We are South Africa’s first and only scientifically formulated, balanced, nutrient dense food to contain Moducare®. All FUTURELIFE® products are also high in Energy, Protein and Dietary Fibre, and contain Calcium, Iron, Selenium, Zinc, essential vitamins and minerals, 19 Amino Acids and Omega 3+6.
Currently the FUTURELIFE® range consists of various different products and we are working diligently to develop new lines to bring to the market.
SASCOC is South Africa’s national multi-coded sporting body responsible for the preparation, presentation and performance of teams to all multi-coded events, namely the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Commonwealth Games, World Games, All Africa Games, Olympic Youth Games, Commonwealth Youth Games and Zone VI Games.
At SASCOC we also look after all our various National Federations who are affiliated to us, together with the various provincial sports councils.
We are responsible for the awarding for National Protea Colours to athletes/officials who have met the criteria to represent South Africa in different sporting codes and arenas and we also endorse the applications for Bidding and Hosting of international events, providing these criteria are all met.
Rowing South Africa (RowSA) is the sole governing body of the sport of rowing in South Africa.
RowSA controls, administers, manages and co-ordinates rowing and rowing competition in South Africa; controls and manages international competition by national representative rowers in international competition and sanctions international competition by non-representative rowers.
RowSA has two primary goals:
- Transformation and development – RowSA is committed to transforming the sport of rowing across race, gender, disability and geographical spread.
- Win more medals – RowSA has an objective of winning medals across all disciplines of our sport: senior, para, U23 and junior