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Walvis Bay Open

Walvis Bay Open

Destination Swakopmund was in the driving seat on Saturday 22 September.  As to be expected the field was a tad smaller than usual but the opportunity was there to pick up some merit list points whilst most of the big guns were missing in action at the Walvis Bay Open. Clive Lawrence produced 2 x […]

DISTEL sponsored Golf Day

Last week we had the DISTEL sponsored day and a half-way house at number 6. The format was green keeper revenge and an individual Stableford. After the dust had settled it was Emile Vilbert that came in first on 12 points, second was Hannes Crafford on 9 points. Estelle Bothma was third winning the count […]

Namib Diesel Social Doubles League

With the commencement of the Namib Diesel Social Doubles League, Buccaneers Squash Club is once again a hive of activity. It is just as popular, as the Social league with maybe a smidgen more of fun included. Doubles can be scary to watch but believe you me it can also have you on the floor […]

Seven coastal players in 7’s team

Seven coastal players in 7’s team

Rudi Bowe Seven players from the two coastal towns Swakopmund and Walvis Bay were selected in the Namibian Sevens Rugby Team that will depart on 10 October to participate in the Rugby Africa Men’s Sevens Tournament on 13 and 14 October in Monastir Tunisia. The players Chad Plato, Ngume Nguaiko, Daniel Bock, Lloyd Jacobs, Carlton […]

Action cricket kicks off

Action cricket kicks off

Isaac Chikosi   Action Cricket is a whole new ball game. With teams of 6-a-side and simple rules to follow, people of all ages can play this sport. Coastal Action Sports Arena hosted the opening matches last weekend here in Swakopmund. Two opening matches kicked off the competition with QK Katte taking the win against […]

International Standards at Desert Storm II

International Standards at Desert Storm II

Desert Storm II that was held at the coastal town of Walvis Bay was a huge success and of International standard with more than 180 Martial Arts students from nine countries participated. The competition consisted of Semi-Contact, Points, Full Contact and Low Kicks in kickboxing, Muay Thai, Kata series, Fitness Competition, Krav Maga and Brazilian […]

Fish Eagle Rally Spreads it’s Wings

Fish Eagle Rally Spreads it’s Wings

The Playboys Motor Cycle Club (PMCC) will once again host the very popular Fish Eagle Rally hailed as the largest motorcycle rally in Namibia from 5 to 7 October in Walvis Bay. The venue for this year’s drag races, which forms part of the 19th Fish Eagle Rally, have however been shifted from the vicinity […]

Loveira at Youth Olympics

Loveira at Youth Olympics

Rudi Bowe The 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games that will be hosted in Buenos Aires, Argentina between 6 and 18 October will see close to 3 920 athletes from 206 countries going for gold in 32 sport disciplines and participate in cultural and educational activities. Thalia Loveira a gymnast and a learner from Walvis Bay […]

A Product of Hope

A Product of Hope

The Bank Windhoek Cancer Apple Project has been recognised at the 2018 World Cancer Congress (WCC) as one of the ‘global innovative projects of hope’ for this year’s assembly, scheduled to take place from Monday, 1 October to Thursday, 4 October in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. An initiative of Bank Windhoek in support of Cancer Association […]

Namibia retained Sub – Sahara Titles

Namibia retained Sub – Sahara Titles

The Namibian kickboxing champions Delano Muller, Sensei Leslie !Hoaeb and Julian Muller became the undisputed champion of their Sub-Saharan Titles at Desert Storm II that were hosted by the Namibian Kickboxing Federation (NFK) in Walvis Bay. Julian Müller defended his Light Heavyweight title after clinically stopping the South African Champion Petrus “Bafana” Mayisela in the […]