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Twenty medals at SA Champs

Twenty medals at SA Champs

Rudi Bowe Top junior Namibian swimmers won five gold, nine silver, six bronze and set 16 new Namibian records at the South African Junior National Championships held in Durban. The Namibian team of 12 swimmers were tenth overall from 126 swimmers from Angola, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and clubs in South Africa. Jose Canjulo won four […]

Kudus loses second game

Kudus loses second game

Rudi Bowe Defending champions Wanderers opened their campaign with a 19-12 win against Kudus at the Wanderers field in Windhoek. Wanderers got off to a quick start when their new winger Tuna Amutenya scored an early try for the Windhoek based team with Brandon Groenewald successful with the conversion to put the home team 7-0 […]

Kauanivi wins Coastal Marathon

Kauanivi wins Coastal Marathon

Rudi Bowe Mynhardt Kauanivi was again crowned as the winners of the annual Sanlam Coastal Marathon. Kauanivi who was the winner of the first marathon last year cros-sed the finish line a few minutes later in the second edition. He claimed the gold medal in the 42.2km race in a time of 02:28:20. 18. and […]

NVF Beach Open

NVF Beach Open

The Namibian Volleyball Federation (NVF) 2019 Bank Windhoek Swakopmund Beach Volleyball Open competition that took place over Independence weekend witnessed 18 top beach volleyball teams participate. The competing categories were: Men’s & Social 2-a-side with the men’s Championship Title went to Stefanus Kangandjera & Bernhard Schurz. This was the first ever tournament wins for Stefanus […]

High School and ESU golf day

As expected last weekend was a cracker, with the HIGH SCHOOL and ESU golf days. The ESU day saw 36 die hard turn out for a well sponsored Betterball with 6 one scores, 6 both scores and 6 multipliers to count. Quite complicated for some with Jason Barnard and Shane Westerdale using all 6 one […]

Supatronix Doubles Opens

Supatronix Doubles Opens

Buccaneers hosted the 2019 Supatronix Doubles Open which with-out a doubt is one the most well-liked open events in the country. Forty-four entries came from Windhoek, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, which made up the Men’s A & B, Mixed and Ladies sections. It was a grueling two days of squash, particularly in the Men’s A […]

Team Namibia won 46 medals

Team Namibia won 46 medals

A group of 21 Namibian athletes with disabilities participated in the South Africa Sport Association for the Physically Disabled and Visually Impaired (SASAPD) national championships that took place between 18 to 21 March at the Coetzenburg athletics stadium in Stellenbosch, South Africa. The South African Toyota Disability Sport Championships was used by Namibian athletes who […]

Narraville Primary School News

Narraville Primary School News

Learners who were selected for the u/13 Erongo Rugby team: D’Anvoro Engelbrecht, Riel Matengu (President team), Baron van Wyk, Norté Mintoor; Franklin Snyders, Juvandré Cloete, Matt – Ashwin Cloete, Nathan Jansen and Carlos de Klerk

Independence shoot at the Coast

Rudi Bowe The Independence shoot hosted by Swakopmund Archery Club in conjunction with the Namibia Archery Association was held over two days at the Swakopmund Football Club (SFC) sport ground. Thirty-eight archers from Swakopmund, Windhoek and Tsumeb competed in the first-ever outdoor target archery competition. The youngest archer was Janko du Plessis (6) and oldest, […]

Thirty Ninth Doc Tournament

Thirty Ninth Doc Tournament

Rudi Bowe The Bank Windhoek Volleyball Doc Tournament saw 15 female and 18 male teams contesting for top honours in the thirty ninth Doc Tournament held at the Dome in Swakopmund. The oldest volleyball tournament, “if not the oldest sports tournament in the country” was this year hosted by the Erongo Volleyball Association in conjunction […]