Sports

Sports (464)

  • 21
  • Sep
Senior national rugby team coach, Phil Davies, is set to give U-20 players and some locally-based fringe players the last chance to stake a claim for a place in the final squad that will travel to Japan next year for the rugby world cup.
  • 21
  • Sep
The Namibia Premier League (NPL) will have to dig deeper into its pockets after the City of Windhoek increased rental fees for the Sam Nujoma Stadium in the heart of Katutura.
  • 14
  • Sep
Eight-year-old, Ottilie Yorokee Hinda, who made history by winning a gold medal at the African Youth Chess Championship that was held in Kisumu,
  • 14
  • Sep
Brave Warriors players, Benson Shilongo, Riaan !Hanamub and Teberius Lombard, are enjoying life at their respective foreign based clubs.
  • 14
  • Sep
Namibia’s only professional female boxer, 30-year-old, Martina Tjauha, is appealing for financial support in order to fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a world champion.
  • 14
  • Sep
Brave Warriors coach, Ricardo Mannetti, remains hopeful that Namibia will qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals, despite seeing his side throwing away a 1-0 lead in the dying minutes of last Saturday’s qualifiers match against Zambia at the Sam Nujoma Stadium.
  • 14
  • Sep
Former triple boxing world champion, Julius ‘Blue Machine’ Indongo, has advised Commonwealth gold champion, Jonas Junias Jonas, to turn professional instead of wasting his time in the amateur ranks.
  • 07
  • Sep
Canoe polo might not be known by most Namibians, but the sport has already put the country on the world map after the men’s U-21 national team qualified for the 2020 World Canoe Polo Championship that will take place in Rome, Italy.
  • 07
  • Sep
Namibia welterweight boxer, Bethuel ‘Tyson’ Uushona, is set to step back inside the ring later this month against an unnamed Polish boxer just some few weeks after his disappointing defeat to German national, Rico Mueller, on 11 August.
  • 07
  • Sep
Former African Stars mentor, Bobby Samaria, remains in the dark about why his contract was not renewed by the league champions, a week after they appointed rookie coach, Robert Nauseb, to the hot seat.
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