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One of Namibia’s exciting upcoming boxers Mateus Heita is scheduled to fight in Zimbabwe next month. Vivo Energy and the City of Windhoek yesterday joined forces as they launched the annual Vivo Energy Windhoek Marathon, which will take place next month in the capital. The Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service, Agnes Tjongarero, says the upcoming Special Olympic World Games is a remarkable opportunity for disabled athletes to showcase their exceptional talents. Ohangwena-based Chula Chula Football Club became the latest team to gain promotion to the Namibia Premier Football League (NPFL) after winning 4-1 against Chief Santos on Saturday and 2-0 against Rangers yesterday. Namibia finished fourth at the just-ended African Union Sports Council (AUSC) championship that was held in Harare, Zimbabwe. With one game left in the 2022/23 Women’s Football League season for most teams, the head coach of the Galz & Goalz teamRonnie Noebeb has expressed his desire to secure a top-three finish. The Namibia Correctional Service (NSC), inaugural winners of the MTC Netball Namibia Premier League (NNPL) and defending champions Mighty Gunners find themselves in a deadlock, both tied on 18 points as they head into a break. One of Namibia’s top chess players Dante Beukes says he is leaving no stone unturned as he prepares for the Chess World Cup, scheduled for Baku, Azerbaijan, from 30 July to 24 August 2023. The head of the referee department at the Namibia Football Association (NFA), Absalom Goseb, has revealed they are thoroughly working hard to uncover the truth behind the food poisoning incident involving local referees. The Namibia Karate Federation (NKF) Zen tournament, which was held over the weekend in Windhoek, has been branded as a success by the organisers. Head coach of the national under 17 football team Paul ‘Shakes’ Malembu has expressed his excitement about his team’s upcoming tour to Germany, saying the young players will gain valuable opportunities to further their skills. Tura Magic Ladies Football Club retained their FNB Women Super League Title for the third consecutive year, following a 4-1 victory over V-Power Angels at the Namibia Football Association Technical Centre on Saturday. The Brave Warriors will today face probably one of their biggest matches yet when they clash against Burundi in a match that could usher them into next year’s African Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast. Exciting matches took place over the weekend at Patrick Iyambo College and Wanderers netball court as the Khomas Netball League’s Super 10 continued to excite fans. The Brave Warriors suffered a narrow 3-2 defeat against Burundi yesterday in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualification, inflicting a setback to their aspirations of securing a spot in next year’s tournament in Ivory Coast. Brave Gladiators’ head coach, Paulus Shipanga called 43 players to report for camp earlier this week. Preparations for the U/16 and 18 hockey series between Namibia and Zimbabwe which are scheduled to take place from 6 to 8 July 2023 are said to be at an advanced stage, After a three-year of hiatus, the much anticipated Nedbank CitiDash will return this year, with a huge number of participants expected. One of Namibia’s top karateka’s Sensei Suzell Pronk won a bronze medal at the highly competitive African Beach Games in Tunisia on Monday. The Namibia Hockey Union (NHU) has officially unveiled the squads for four of their teams set to compete against Zimbabwe in an upcoming U/16 and U/17 hockey series next month.