Namibiaâ??s Jacques Celliers and Heinz Bressler came 10th and 12th respectively in the track racing event at the World B Cycling Championships on Wednesday, June 27.
It was the first time that Namibia had entered a team for the track event and considering that Namibia does not have a track of its own, the result was not too bad, according to team manager Glenn Howard.
Mighty Gunners coach Dawid Snewe has dismissed claims that he bribed players to lose a match, saying that he was a man of integrity and would become involved in bribery issues.
Benfica owner Peter Amadhila opened a case of bribery against Snewe, whom he accused of bribing six of his players to throw a match on June 10.
Nine Namibian football coaches will leave for Brazil shortly to attend various coaching courses from July 1 to 30, 2007.
The courses were facilitated by the Namibia Football Association, as part of a Special Capacity Building Programme, and will consist of coaching and instructors programmes on offer by the Brazilian Football Academy of Dr Augustino Neto.
Hakkies Husselmann has been appointed as the new coach of the Nambian rugby tem, following the dismissal of Johan Venter.
The chief executive officer of the Namibia Rugby Union told Namibia Sport that Husselman had been appointed after giving a good account of himself at the IRB Nations Cup in Romania.
The artistic gymnastics season for the central zone gymnasts started in Windhoek on Friday, June 22 and Saturday, June 23 with the Hollard Central Zone Championships.
A total of 45 boys competed on Friday afternoon and 142 girls on Saturday.