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Embracing Eternal Flame: Paris 2024 Olympics Ignite The Spirit Of Ancient Olympia

Paris 2024 Olympics Ignite The Spirit Of Ancient Olympia

PARIS 2024 OLYMPICS: In a captivating homage to the grandeur and history of the Olympic Games, the city of Paris eagerly awaits the symbolic torch that will ignite the spirit of the upcoming 2024 Olympics. Transporting us back to the cradle of ancient athletics, the flame will be ceremoniously kindled in the hallowed grounds of Greece’s ancient Olympia. The flame, ...

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Ukrainian Fencer Olga Kharlan Is Looking Forward To Competing Against Russian Fencers Without Political Tension 

Olga Kharlan Is Looking Forward To Competing Against Russian Fencers Without Political Tension 

Olga Kharlan is a highly accomplished fencer from Ukraine, known for her exceptional skills with the sabre. She has won multiple Olympic and world championship titles in individual and team events. Kharlan’s determination and hard work have paid off, and she is widely regarded as one of the best fencers in the world. She has inspired many young athletes in ...

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Uganda Olympic Committee Launches Olympism Full Circles Initiative

Uganda Olympic Committee Launch Olympism Full Circles Initiative

The Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) officially launched the Olympism Full Circles Initiative. This happened at their headquarters in Lugogo, Kampala on Friday, 11th February, 2022. Uganda Olympic Committee president Dr. Donald Rukare graced the launch. Along with him, the UOC Olympic education, culture and legacy commission chairperson Ms Annet Nakamya, as well as sports teachers, attended. Furthermore, the initiative is ...

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Kukundakwe Eyes 100M Breaststroke Final At Tokyo Paralympic Games

Kukundakwe Eyes 100m Breaststroke Final At The Tokyo Paralympic Games

Uganda’s only Paralympic swimmer Husnah Kukundakwe is hopeful of making it to the 100m breaststroke final. She will be making a debut at Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, August 25. The 15-year-old Aga Khan High School student is set to compete in the 100 breast and 100m freestyle races at the games. She qualified to represent the country when she made ...

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Immaculate Chemutai, Juliet Complete Grueling Olympic Marathon

Immaculate Chemutai, Juliet Complete Grueling Olympic Marathon

Ugandan marathon runners Immaculate Chemutai and Juliet Chekwel have successfully completed the Tokyo Olympics marathon. They finished in the 16th and 69th positions respectively. At the front of the marathon, a Kenyan 1-2 finished the event. Peres Jepchirchir won gold as she placed a time of 2:27.20 ahead of her compatriot Brigid Kosgei who crossed the finish line 16 seconds ...

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