Namibian Tjipekapora Herunga continued her good form when she won the 400m race in the Internationales Abendsportfest in Rhede, Germany recently.
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Two athletes will represent Namibia at this year’s IAAF World Youth Championships which will be held in Lille, France from July 6 to 10 2011.
Reinhold Iita and Helalaia Johannes won the men and women’s categories respectively at the first leg of the 2011 Old Mutual Victory Races in Keetmanshoop on Saturday.
Namibian middle distance runner, Daniel Nghipandulwa, won the men's 1500m race in cold, wet and windy conditions on Thursday in Reid, Austria.
South African World 800m Champion, Caster Semenya, has been given the all-clear to return to the sport with immediate effect by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
Botswana Athletics Association (BAA) spokesperson says some officials are undergoing injury management course at Med Rescue.
Athletics Namibia President, Frank Fredericks has announced the junior and senior national teams that will compete at international athletics meetings in the coming months.
World 800 metres champion Caster Semenya has been left out of a preliminary South Africa squad to compete at the African Athletics Championships in Nairobi, Kenya in July despite having qualified since last year.
Rodger Haitengi was the star performer at the Bank Windhoek National Athletics Championships on Saturday as he leapt to a new Namibian triple jump record of 16.74m.
Namibian athletics fans will be in for a great treat this weekend as top junior and senior athletes slug it out at the Coca-Cola Frank Fredericks Invitational Meet and the Bank Windhoek Senior National Championships in Windhoek.