Ramona Beukes won the overall individual gold medal for senior girls at the Zone Six Gymnastics Championships in Harare, Zimbabwe from December 6 â?? 9.
She also picked up gold medals on the beam and bars apparatus, a silver on the floor and a bronze medal on the vault.
Namibiaâ??s senior girlsâ?? team, consisting of Beukes, Nonna van der Merwe and Lynique Louw won the silver medal in the team competition, coming second behind South Africa.
â??It was a great performance, because originally we werenâ??t planning on sending a senior girls team to Zimbabwe,â? said the president of the Namibia Gymnastics Federation, Dongina Risser.
â??But South Africa begged us to come to provide them with some stiff competition and a hastily assembled senior team was then sent along at the last minute,â? she added.
Junior Artistic Girls win silver
Namibia won a host of other medals at the Zone Six Championships.
The Junior Girlsâ?? Artistic team consisting of Michelâ??le Solomons, Simone van der Hoeven, Leane Kohne and Rhonel Sepisho won a silver medal in the team category, while Solomons won the overall bronze medal in the individual category.
Van der Hoeven won a silver medal on the bars and a bronze on the beam, Kohne won bronze on the floor and Solomons won bronze on the vault exercise.
Namibiaâ??s Junior Boys Artistic team consisting of Alexander Mudge, JR Franks and Morihei Anderson came second behind South Africa in the team competition.
Anderson won bronze on the floor, Franks won silver on the pommelhorse and bronze medals on the rings, rope and high bar, and Mudge won a bronze medal on the high bar.
Junior Rhythmic gymnasts win gold
Namibiaâ??s Junior Girls Rhythmic Gymnastics team won the gold medal, with South Africa winning silver and Zimbabwe bronze.
In the individual competition Namibiaâ??s Khadija Benz won the silver medal, while Annika Prositt won the overall bronze medal.
Namibiaâ??s Pre-Junior Boys Artistic team came second overall behind South Africa and ahead of Zimbabwe, with Hannes Otto winning two silver and two bronze medals and Namate Rumoliva winning one silver and two bronze medals.
Namibiaâ??s Pre-Junior Girls Artistic team came second overall behind South Africa.