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Moses Kipsiro wins gold in Glasgow
Publish Date: Aug 02, 2014
Moses Kipsiro wins gold in Glasgow
Moses Kipsiro lets the Uganda flag float over him as he relishes his accomplishment. PHOTO/Mpalanyi Ssentongo
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GLASGOW - It was a glamorous Friday night for Team Uganda as they scooped a total of four medals. Moses Kipsiro successfully defended his Commonwealth gold medal for the 10,000m while runner Winnie Nanyondo; Light and heavy weight boxers Fazil Juma Kaggwa and Mike Sekabembe respectively scooped bronze. Take a look . . . 

(PHOTOGRAPHY by Norman Katende & related GALLERY by Mpalanyi Ssentongo [at bottom] )

Moses Kipsiro (middle) after being awarded the gold medal for the 10000m

Moses Kipsiro (3rd-left) during the race

Team Uganda being congratulated by fans after Kipsiro's narrow win of 0.03 secs

Kipsiro (right) celebrates his win with teammates


Fans including Uganda Olympic president William Blick (left) take a selfie with Kipsiro

Winnie Nanyondo celebrates her bronze medal in the 800m

Nanyondo (right) on the podium, had to settle for bronze on a triumphant night for Team Uganda

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