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SA squad for Youth Olympic Games
- Updated: June 2, 2010
A squad of 91 (63 athletes and 28 officials) will represent South Africa at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore from 14-26 August.
The team, headed by Chef de Mission, Dave Carr, was announced at Olympic House in Johannesburg on Wednesday, June 2 and leaves for Singapore on August 9.
The full squad is:
Athletics: Maryke Brits (long jump), Valentina Da Rocha (triple jump), Kayla Gilbert (100-metre hurdles), Thato Makhafola (1000m), Simone Meyer (discus), Izelle Neuhoff (400m), Schalk Burger (400m hurdles), Migael Celliers (pole vault), Willem du Plessis (discus), Ruan Greyling (400m), Dylan Jacobs (javelin), Stiaan Minnie (hammer), Siphelo Ngqabaza (200m), Rudolf Pienaar (long jump), Frans Schutte (shot put). Officials – Elinda Vorster, Andre Sinclair
Aquatics: Oneida Cooper (100m backstroke/200m Individual Medley), Natasha de Vos (200m backstroke/400m freestyle), Kyla Ferreira (100m freestyle/200m freestyle), Taryn Anne Mackenzie (200m breaststroke/50m breaststroke), Dylan Bosch (200m IM), Pierre Keune (100m freestyle), Chad le Clos (100m butterfly/200m butterfly/200m IM/200m freestle/400m freestyle), Murray McDougall (100m backstroke/50m butterfly). Officials — Graham Hill, Melanie Wagner.
Basketball: Nkosinathi Festile, Duke Lazarus, Tshegofatso Modise, Justin Paton. Official — Zithulele Nxumalo
Canoeing: Kerry Segal, Luke Stowman. Official — Michael Jack Chiazzari
Cycling: Jayde Julius (road), Lunga Mkhize (BMX), Teagan O’Keeffe (BMX), Luke Roberts (MTB). Official: Elton Davids
Equestrian: Samantha McIntosh. Official: Chad Cunningham
Fencing: Wanda Matshaya. Official: Randall Daniels
Gymnastics: Claudia Cummins (artistic), Reinhard Huisamen (trampoline), Lolanthea Louw (trampoline), Ryan Patterson (artistic), Aimee van Rooyen (rhythmic). Officials: Ilse Laing (artistic), Chris van der Walt (trampoline), Maureen van Rooyen (rhythmic)
Hockey: Keisha Arnolds, Stephanie Baxter, Quanita Bobbs, Jenna-Leigh Du Preez, Kirsty Gibbings, Sarah Ive, Tiffany Jones, Jacinta Jubb, Bronwyn Kretzmann, Phumelela Mbande, Zimisele Shange, Hlubikazi Sipamla, Charne van Biljon, Toni-Leigh Van Niekerk, Marlene Wessels, Sinethema Zungu. Officials: Robert Pullen, Belinda Scott
Rowing: Juliet Donaldson, Akane Makume. Official: Browyn Jackson
Triathlon: Wian Sullwald. Official: Richard Woolrich
Weightlifting: John Ramela: Official: Aveenash Pandoo
Wrestling: Leonard Gregory, Andries Schutte. Official: Christo Lottering
Medical: Kevin Subban (Chief Medical Officer), Merike Saayman (Chief Practioner), Rannoa Ntseke (physio), Shantal Edwards (physio), Marlene Naicker (physio)
General team management: Dave Carr (chef de mission), Leon Fleiser (project manager), Chantelle Jardim (athlete services), Vicky Hlatshwayo (logistics), Clifford Cobers (logistics), Devon van der Merwe (young ambassador)