Archive - Sep 11, 2008
The Windhoek Country Club is the place to be this weekend as Paulus "The Hitman" Moses will take on not one, but FIVE opponents as part of his preparations for his WBA lightweight world title fight against Yusuke Kobori of Japan.
And what's more, his opponents are no pushovers either - they include two WBA Pan African champions in Ali Nuumbembe and Kaizer Mabuza and a Namibian champion in Tyson Uushona.
His other opponents will be Namibia's up and coming lightweight boxer Jatoorora Tjingavete and the explosive, but inconsistent, Daniel "Open Fire" Kashela.
A total of 10 Namibian records were broken at the Telekom South African Short Course Championships which took place in Germiston from September 4 to 7, 2008.
Lindemeier breaks seven records
The 16-year old Daniela Lindemeier from Marlins Swimming Club was in great form to break seven Namibian records.
The Namibian Cycling Federation will host the National Mountain Bike Championships in Windhoek on Sunday morning.
The event, which is sponsored by Windhoek Consulting Engineers, will take place at the MOTH Hall next to the SPCA in Robert Mugabe avenue.
Nedbank Namibia in partnership with the Namibian Junior Golf Foundation will host the annual Namibia Junior Open 2008 final. This prestigious event will be played at the Rossmund Golf Course in Swakopmund on September 13 and 14, 2008.
The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday, September 14 at 12h00 where the best male and female players, the winning region, as well as each player from the winning region will receive trophies as part of their prizes for the event.