Ghadiyali shines at Glasgow Games

Ghadiyali shines at Glasgow Games

Tanzanian Ammaar Ghadiyali put up a promising performance at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, winning Heat 1 of the Men’s 50m Butterfly. Three of Tanzania’s four swimmers...

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Yanga mum on Okwi, Kiiza fate

Yanga mum on Okwi, Kiiza fate

Young Africans leadership has kept mum on the fate of Ugandans striking duo — Emmanuel Okwi and Hamis Kiiza — in the ongoing players’ registration exercise. One of the...

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NSC: Collect TLGU nomination forms

The National Sports Council (NSC) has appealed to those wishing to vie for different posts in the forthcoming Tanzania Ladies Golf Union (TLGU) general election to collect nomination forms....

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Chesang sets new junior record

Uganda’s Stella Chesang finished fourth at the IAAF World Junior championships with a new national junior record at the IAAF World Junior championships taking place in Eugene. Chesang clocked...

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Uganda Cubs to return to camp Saturday

The Uganda Cubs will not resume training for the return leg of the Africa U-17 Youth Championships qualifiers until Saturday because the players are not available. FUFA had planned...

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Uganda makes slow start in Glasgow

Uganda got off to a slow start in the Glasgow Games. Save for badminton where Uganda beat Kenya to keep alive its chances of advancing, the country’s swimmers, squash...

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