4 Google – I Love Football” competition, Africapractice said in a statement. Her
design will appear on the website’s homepage from today.
between four and 17 from across the country, said Africapractice spokesperson
statement explaining their design choices.
the unusual actions – for example, the bicycle kick, which, when performed
successfully, is absolute poetry in motion. The skill, dexterity and bravery
involved is second to none.”
have won this year’s competition, and I can’t believe that my design is going to
be on the Google South Africa homepage for millions of people to see.
and I’m excited that my doodle will be among those competing globally. The bonus
is that it is a football doodle and the World Cup is currently in South Africa,”
won a laptop and a framed copy of her winning design.
entered into the global competition, in which the global public will vote for
their overall favourite doodle.
competition has revealed a great wealth of talent overall, and Nikisha’s doodle,
in particular, shows wonderful artistic ability and creativity.
outstanding. There’s clearly a huge amount of pride and excitement in the air
among young South Africans,” she said.
www.google.com/lovefootball between June 21 and June 28.
that is often seen on its homepage to celebrate different global or local
people, events or special dates.