Archive - Aug 3, 2010 - Story
Eleven Arrows striker Romanus Shilongo and left wingback Freedom Puriza, could be making their way to South Africa after impressing Kaizer Chiefs' technical team during last Saturday’s friendly encounter at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
According to www.kickoff.com both players are said to have impressed coach Vladimir Vermezovic and negotiations between the two teams have already started.
The Windhoek Motor Club Enduro Working Group is staging the fifth of seven Motorcycle Enduro racing events in the Bank Windhoek National Enduro Series for 2010 on Saturday, 7 August. The Aranos Enduro will start at 7h00 from the hall of the Aranos Farmers Association (AFA). The AFA Hall is in Aranos, giving spectators an excellent opportunity to view all the competitors and their machines.
A junior Namibian cycling team recently received their national colours from the Namibia Sport Commission before leaving for Offida, Italy to participate in the Junior Road Cycling Championships which take place from August 5 to 8.
The four-member team consists of two boys Till Drobisch and Joze Barth and two girls, Vera Adrian and Michaela Milz.
The president of the Namibia Cycling Federation Louis du Pisanie said the cyclists were well prepared and that they would do their country proud.
Namibian cyclist, Dan Craven finished second in the Richmond Grand Prix Road Race 16 seconds behind Rapha Condor Sharp team-mate Kristian House in North Yorkshire, England on Sunday.
The race had an exciting finish as House, Craven and Jonny McEvoy of Motorpoint Marshals Pasta gave all their energy to get to the finish line on the cobbles of Richmond. McEvoy finished third, 16 seconds behind Craven.
Keri Tjitendero was elected as the new Namibia Basketball Federation (NBF) president following the congress that was attended by all the regional basketball associations and held at the Namibia Sports Commission over the weekend.
Tjitendero was elected the new president after he stood unopposed for the post. Andrew Masongo, who is also the president of the Otjozondjupa Basketball Association was elected as the Vice President of NBF.
Namibian triathlete Abrahm Louw won the Tabor ETU Junior European Cup in a time of 57:09 in the Czech Republic on Saturday.
Louw was the first out of the water after he swam the 750km in eight minutes and 50 seconds. In the bike category he finished the 20km course, which was very technical and included a lot of hills, in 31 minutes and seven seconds.