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Cheptegei, Nakaayi dominate USPA Awards

Female Athlete of the Year 2019 Halima Nakaayi has advised upcoming and fellow sportsmen to always persevere and chess their dreams to the end. Nakaayi...

Cheptegei targets 10,000m record in Valencia...

Cheptegei hopes to create more magical moments in his rising career as he plans an assault on the world 10,000m record at the NN Valencia World Record...

Cheptegei and three others go into self-quarantine...

Cheptegei and his teammate returned to the country through Malaba border from Monaco where they had gone to participate in the Diamond League.

Nakaayi on course to earn billions in sponsorship...

If she can maintain her form, she will be on course to follow in the footsteps of Jamaican superstars like Shelly-Ann Fraser-Price

Uganda's top ten female athletes

There has been a steady rise in female representation in Ugandan sport. Let's go down memory lane to check out the female crème de crème of Uganda’s athletics....

Special Report: Looking back at a busy 2019...

Take a look at the biggest events that shaped the news cycle in 2019.

Nakaayi voted USPA's best for September

She recorded her personal best of 1:58.04 in the women’s final on her way to winning gold in Doha

Kipchoge sets some serious lessons

As he pounded the miles away on that foggy course, his record stressed yet again that if you put hard work into any task, positive results are inevitable...

Did you know Nakaayi's gold was made in Holland?...

GSC serves as an athlete’s manager for 150 athletes from 20 countries. The largest group of these are based in East Africa, the Netherlands, and China....

URA will not tax Nakaayi's sh220m prize money...

Citing Section 21 (ab) of the Income Tax Act, URA said, "an award received by a sports person as a reward from winning or participating in a sports competition...

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