Archive - May 8, 2007
The Namibian Cycling Federation (NCF) has named a six-man team with one reserve for the upcoming All Africa Games in Algiers in July as well as the B World Championships in Cape Town in September.
The team includes professional cyclists Erik Hoffmann and Dan Craven, but for the first time in 15 years excludes veteran cyclist Mannie Heymans.
By Festus Nakatana
Bank Windhoek today launched its ninth Bank Windhoek National Business Challenge Relay at its city centre's head office.
According to Helene Badenhorst, Bank Windhoek's head of corporate communication and investment, the event will take place at the University of Namibia (Unam) sport grounds on Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15 with a total sponsorship to the tune of N$80 000.
Namibiaâ??s Brave Warriors will play Zambiaâ??s Chipolopolo as preparation for their upcoming African Cup of Nations qualifying matches against Libya and the DR Congo next month.
Namibian coach Ben Bamfuchile told Namibia Sport that Zambia had agreed in principle to play the friendly, but that the date and venue still had to be ironed out.
Since 1997, when the Namibiaâ??s Tennis Association started the School Tennis Initiative (STI) mini-tennis program, First National Bank has been the financial backbone behind tennis development in the country. Ten years later, and still with the support of First National Bank, the tennis season has started brilliantly for schools participating in the Junior Tennis Initiative (JTI) programme for children under 10 years of age who compete in the School Tennis Initiative (STI) programme and for players over 10 who compete in the Performance Tennis Initiative (PTI) programme.