JOHANNESBURG – James Moloi, the president of Central Gauteng Athletics (CGA), could not speak highly enough of the upcoming Zet Sinqe Series scheduled for inauguration at the Kagiso Sports Complex on Sunday.
The Series, whose aim is to help identify young athletic talent through a series of races for the age groups from Under-13 to Under-19, is part of the Zithulele Sinqe Foundation’s drive to continue the legacy of the late great athlete who was passionate about unearthing talent.
“Without opportunity, we will never be able to identify talent, so we CGA is excited to be partnering with the Foundation in trying to unearth this new talent. We all have the hope and dream, that this becomes a national drive,” Moloi said. “This is the age group that we need to look at if we are to find the next generation of middle distance athletes.”
And it is through initiatives such as the Zet Sinqe Series that CGA believes hidden talent will not only be discovered but provided a platform to flourish.
The Series is not only focused on discovering young talent but will also provide academic opportunities.