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Swimmer Kirabo Namutebi Vows To Add More Effort

Swimming sensation Kirabo Namutebi has said that she is going to add in more effort and wants to win more in the near future.

Kirabo who recently set a new national record when she clocked 26.98 in 50m freestyle race, made the confession during the NSSF USPA Junior awards.

The colorful event was held was held at Imperial royale hotel in Kampala to congratulate the junior athletes in various sports disciplines from as far as 2015.

Winners at USPA junior awards

Kirabo won the 2016 and 2018 junior female swimmer.

“I am extremely happy these awards show me that the effort that I have put in during training doesn’t go to waste,” Kirabo said.

“I am going to add more effort and also want to win more. I thank you USPA and partners.”

Kirabo with her two awards. USPA
Kirabo (middle) won two gold in Tunisia

The event was attended for by NCS chairman Bosco Onyik, USPA president Patrick Kanyomozi among others.

Kirabo notably won two gold in CANA zone IV championship in Namibia, she won as many golds in the 13th CANA championship in Tunisia as well.

The list of the award winners:

*2015
Badminton – Tracy Naluwooza.
Cycling – Viane Hassan Ssekanga
Swimming – Rebecca Ssengonzi and Joshua Ekirikubinga
Hockey – Winnie Aloro (Wanainchi)

*2016
Swimming – Nicholas Malan and Kirabo Namutebi
Hockey – Doreen Asimwe (Kakungulu Memorial)
Motocross – Aviv Orland
Badminton – Brian Kasirye
Cricket – Stephanie Nampima

*2018
Motocross – Starve Orland
Swimming – Ambala Atuhairwe and Kirabo Namutebi
Cricket – Immaculate Nakisuyi

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