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Indigo Skate Camp honoured at SA Sport Awards


The 10th Annual SA Sport Awards was held in Mangaung on the 22nd of November 2015. It recognises and honours individuals and teams who have excelled both on and off the field.

Indigo Skate Camp, a Laureus project based in the Valley of 1000 Hills in KwaZulu-Natal, was awarded the Recreation Body of the Year. Other nominees for the category included Isiqalo – Waves 4 Change and Diepsloot Mountain Bike Academy, who are both also affiliated to Laureus.

Winners from all categories were as follow:

National Federation of the Year: Basketball

Sport Administrator of the year: Virginia Mabaso

School Team of the Year: St Johns College – Junior Men’s Pair

Developing School Team of the Year: Montshiwa Primary School

Indigenous Games Team of the Year: KZN Dibeke Team

Recreational Body of the Year: Indigo Skate Camp

Photographer of the Year: Veli Nhlapo

Sport Journalist of the Year: Bareng-Batho Kortjaas

Newcomer of the Year: Kagiso Rabada

Team of the Year: Springbok Sevens – Rugby

Sportswoman of the Year with a Disability: Ilse Hayes

Sportsman of the Year with a Disability: Lucas Sithole

Coach of the Year: Graham Hill

Volunteer of the Year: Nkosinathi Ngubane

Sportswoman of the Year: Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio

Sportsman of the Year: Wayde van Niekerk

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