Nakaayi Halimah broke a national record by posting 1:58.04. While Rogers Raeyn and Wilson Ajee from United States emerged 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Nanyondo Winnie finished 4th in the time of 1:59.18.
According to the President of Uganda Athletics Federation (UAF), Mr Otuchet Dominic, It’s really good news for Uganda after winning a gold medal in women’s 800 meter race. God is good.
Today on Tuesday the 1st October 2019, other Ugandan runners including Kiplagat Benjamin, Sikowo Boniface and Chemutai Albert will compete in 300 meter race.
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