LAST Saturday proved a bloody night when 14 boxers traded leather in the ring at the Windhoek Country Club Resort and Casino.A combination of a desire for vengeance and good preparation by some of the boxers made for a tasty boxing night.
JOHANNA Benson made the sky her limit by winning Namibia’s first ever Paralympics gold medal in the women’s 200m T37 race in an astonishing time of 29.26 sec in London on Wednesday night.
AFRICAN Stars coach Ali Akan attributed his resignation from the club to jealousy before he smoothed out differences with club management on Monday paving the way for him to remain at the helm.
AUSTRALIAN-BASED middleweight boxer Johannes Tito Mwetupunga will face compatriot Wilberforce Shihepo for the WBO Africa title on Saturday at the Windhoek Country Club.
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