Podcast | Winning Women: ‘Tannie’ Ans Botha: ‘I’m blessed to be able to share with athletes my passion and love for what I'm doing’

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Tannie Ans Botha. Photo: Andre Damons
Tannie Ans Botha. Photo: Andre Damons

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Show me an octogenarian coach who has produced a world champion and record holder this century ... you’ll find her in Bloemfontein! 

With the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 having commenced on Friday, it was only fitting that, for our first episode of season 2 of Winning Women, we spoke to the celebrated athletics coach better known as Tannie Ans Botha.

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