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Moses Mwase: Uganda Swimming Federation Gets New President

Moses Mwase (right). URN photo Moses Mwase is the new president of the Uganda Swimming Federation (USF), its official. Mwase replaces Dr Donald Rukare at the Federation's helm after the latter was appointed by State Minister for Sports Hamson Obua as the new chairman for National Council of Sports. Mwase...
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Swimming: National Primary Gala Receives Boost

Midland group has extended their hand in developing sports with Sh15M sponsorship into the eighth edition of the swimming national primary schools gala. The gala shall take place on Saturday, March 7 2020 at Greenhill academy Namuwongo who are hosting it for third straight time. Drashna Kotecha, the director of...
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Swimming: Kirabo Shines With Five Medals In Botswana

Sensational younger swimmer Kirabo Namutebi has continued with her impressive heroics after a commendable performance at CANA Zone IV Swimming Championship. Kirabo scooped five medals in the meet held in Gaborone, Botswana between Thursday, February 20th to Sunday 23rd February 2020. Kirabo collected two gold medals in 100 and 50m...
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Swimming: Kirabo, Ambala Scoop Top Gongs At Annual Awards

Kirabo Namutebi and Atuhaire Ambala were named female and male swimmers of 2019 respectively at the annual Uganda Swimming Federation Excellence awards. The glamorous event was held on Saturday night AF Gems Cambridge International school in Butabika, Kampala. New state minister for Sports Hamson Obua graced the event and commended...
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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...
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Swimming: Multi-Medalist Kirabo Hailed

Uganda's team from the 13th edition of the CANA Junior Swimming Championship returned home. The team was received on Wednesday by State Minister of Sports Charles Bakkabukindi and NCS and Uganda Swimming Federation officials in Lugogo. At the concluded event in Tunisia, Uganda finished fourth out of the 32 nations...
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