Archive - Jun 8, 2009 - Story
Max Siedentopf and Christine Briedenhann of the Namib Swimming Academy each broke three national short course age group records at Gala 3 at the NSA pool on Friday.
Swimming in the Men 17-18 year old category, Siedentopf set new short course records in the 50m and 100m breaststroke events as well as the 200m Individual Medley event.
Namibia lost its third match in a row at the U17 COPA Coca Cola Inter Africa Tournament in Pretoria, South Africa on Monday morning, going down 2-1 to Ethiopia. It was Namibia’s third successive defeat at the tournament after losing 3-0 to Kenya and 2-1 to Malawi.
Ethiopia took an early lead but Namibia struck back with a goal by Lorenzo Louis on 17m. The Namibian team however suffered a great setback when its coach was sent off for misconduct after which it conceded a second goal just after halftime.
The Namibia Premier League title race is expected to go down to the wire following the release of the final amended fixtures by the NPL office today. According to the latest fixtures, the league winners will only be determined by Wednesday, June 17 at the earliest and possibly even on the last day of the league, on Saturday June 20.
Erindi Ranch Zambia Team
By Bernd Kroemer
The WMCC (Windhoek Moto Cross Club) is eager to prove to the AMU (African Motorcycle Union) as well as the FIM (Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme) that they are prepared for bigger tasks, like the MX3 World championship for example. Therefore this “Full Throttle AMU”, as it is called in short, will be treated as a test event.