Archive - Jun 2, 2009
Old Mutual on Tuesday launched its ninth Victory Races Series with a total investment of just under N$300 000. The series will once again consist of three regional road races in Oshakati on June 27, Swakopmund on July 18 and the finals in Windhoek on September 19.
FNB Namibia announced the winners of the first quarter draw in their 2010 FIFA World Cup customer campaign at a press conference in Windhoek on Tuesday. Eighteen of the winners received double tickets to next year’s FIFA World Cup, while 120 others received specially branded FNB FIFA 2010 World Cup soccer balls.
By Bernd Kroemer
Hardcore-mx is a common term for offroad experience beyond enduro-tracks or a visit to the next ice-cream parlour on your moped. Hardcore-mx in perfection can be experienced during the “Full Throttle AMU Motocross Championship of African Nations” on 27th and 28th of June at the popular Gallina Motocross Park, just outside of Windhoek, situated on the right hand side of the road towards Okahandja.
This is the motorport spectacle of the year that will separate the “real manne” from the boys, a race in which only the toughest will win the chequered flag.
It rained goals in the Khomas Women’s Football League over the past weekend as Okahandja Beauties extended their lead in awesome fashion. On Sunday, Beauties thrashed bottom-of-the-log Angels United 40-0 to set a new record for the highest winning margin yet in the league.
The gulf in class between the two teams was evident from the start as the log leaders ran the Angels ragged and broke through their defence at will. Angels had no answer to the powerful Beauties combination and by half time were already trailing 23-0.