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Woods had five drugs in system

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Former world number one golfer Tiger Woods had five different drugs in his system when he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in May, according to an ESPN report on Monday.ESPN, which...

Real to appeal Ronaldo card

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Real Madrid will appeal Cristiano Ronaldo's second yellow card for diving in the Spanish Super Cup first leg at Barcelona, coach Zinedine Zidane said after the Portuguese showed the best and worst side of his...

Nadal to become number one

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Rafael Nadal was assured a return to world number one for the first time since July of 2014 on Monday when 19-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer withdrew from this week's ATP Cincinnati Masters tournament.Third-ranked...

Zuma congratulates Team SA

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NAMPA/ANA President Jacob Zuma yesterday congratulated Team South Africa for winning six medals at the IAAF World Championships in London.Team South Africa won three gold medals through Wayde van Niekerk...

Soronto Bucks take the cup

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Twenty-two soccer teams from Erongo and neighbouring regions participated in the Areva and Engen sports festival at Usakos on Saturday.Last year's winners, Speed Fire FC from Omaruru, fought tooth and nail and knocked out Arandis-based...

Netball Namibia to train umpires

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Netball Namibia (NN) will host umpire training courses in Windhoek from Thursday to Sunday.Martha du Plessis from Netball South Africa, assisted by Emsie Esterhuizen from...

Kavango East gunning for Skorpion Zinc Cup

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Kavango East has selected the best players to represent the region at the 8 to 10 September Skorpion Zinc under-17 championship in Windhoek.The manager of...

De Sousa matter still unresolved

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Athletics Namibia is yet to resolve the matter between athlete Sade de Sousa and her team manager, Namibian Sun has established.The athlete's mother, Brenda Bezuidenhoudt,...

Fans send Indongo support

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Namibia's super lightweight champion Julius Indongo is in Nebraska preparing for Saturday's showdown with Terence Crawford of the US.The two are will square off in...

Costa blasts Chelsea

1 day - 15 August 2017 | Sports

NAMPA / AFP Out-of-favour Chelsea striker Diego Costa has launched an angry broadside against both the club and manager Antonio Conte, accusing them of...

Mixed emotions as Bolt bows out

1 day - 15 August 2017 | Sports

Jamaican Usain Bolt said Sunday he was sad but also excited to bow out of athletics, adding that his disappointing world campaign in London would...

Neymar impresses on day one

1 day - 15 August 2017 | Sports

Neymar wasted no time in making an impact on the field for Paris Saint-Germain, scoring on his debut in a 3-0 win at Guingamp and...

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AN applauds IAAF outcome

1 day - 15 August 2017 | Sports

Athletics Namibia president Erwin Naimhwaka is urging Namibians to refrain from criticising the Namibian team that competed at the just-ended IAAF World Championships. The...

Momentum rugby thrills

2 days ago - 14 August 2017 | Sports

Keetmanshoop Private School (I) under-19 rugby team proved too strong, after beating Moria Private School 40-26. Windhoek High School (WHS) (I) under-19 team...

Ethiopia's Edris ends Farah fairytale

2 days ago - 14 August 2017 | Sports

Following a pulsating 5 000m race in front of a vocal and passionate crowd at the IAAF World Championships London 2017, 10 gold medals over...

Wheelchair Basketball tourney a success

2 days ago - 14 August 2017 | Sports

The Katutura Youth Centre was a hive of activity on Saturday as the venue of the 2017 Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, where a qualified classifier assessed...

The game of the homeboys

2 days ago - 14 August 2017 | Sports

Many footballers who are now playing for big clubs and their countries somehow share the same beginnings.This beginning is where passion is first experienced and...

Komphela refuses to blame players

2 days ago - 14 August 2017 | Sports

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela could not fault his team despite their 1-0 loss to SuperSport United in the MTN8 quarterfinals on Saturday.Kiwi assassin Jeremy...

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