Archive - Oct 2008
The Namibia Premier League will finally start on November 7, after MTC announced that it had contributed an extra N$600 000 for the new season.
At a press conference at the NFA’s Soccer house on Thursday, the NPL’s media officer Meke Namindo said that the league, which was supposed to start on September 12, had been delayed since there was a “need for the readjustment of the sponsorship allocation.”
“We’d like to apologise for the delay, but for us to produce good player and a good professional league, we need good funding,” she said.
Inter Series 2008
Red Square – Team Great Britain
Bernd Kroemer takes a look at some of the teams that will participate in this year’s Inter Series Motocross Challenge at the Gallina Race Track on November 8 and 15. In this article he brings a preview of Team Great Britain.
Inter Series 2008
Electrolite Contractors – Steffi Laier
Bernd Kroemer takes a look at some of the teams that will participate in this year’s Inter Series Motocross Challenge at the Gallina Race Track on November 8 and 15. In this article he brings a preview of the German female superstar Steffi Laier who will be sponsored by Electrolite Contractors.
For the 12th edition of the annual Inter-Series, the organisers of the Windhoek Moto Cross Club can announce the special appearance of Steffi Laier, the undisputable number one female motocross superstar from Germany.
Agnes Samaria announced her retirement at a press conference at MTC head quarters in Windhoek on Tuesday.
After a long and illustrious athletics career, spanning 14 years, the 36-year-old Samaria decided to call it a day after achieving her dream of qualifying for her second Olympic Games in Beijing.
Samaria said the highlight of her career came in 2002 when she won a bronze medal in the 800m at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester in a Namibian record time of 1:59,15 which still stands to this day. A week later she won a silver medal at the African Championships in Tunisia.
The Namibian team which competed at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Pune, India, received a heroes welcome on its arrival at the Hosea Kutako International Airport on Monday.
Wrestler Sem Shilimela was the star attraction at a press conference at the airport, where he proudly displayed his silver medal that he won in the in the 54kg category. He won his opening two bouts before losing to a wrestler from India in the final.