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NCS FINANCIALLY BOOSTS TEAM UGANDA'S PARTICIPATION TO THE 3RD AFRICA YOUTH GAMES, ALGERIA

The Minister of Education and Sports (Sports), Honorable Charles Bakkabulindi has led a delegation of 50 athletes/officials to the 3rd Africa Youth Games in Alger, Algeria slated for 18th to 28th July 2018.

The Team that departs today aboard, Emirates Airways shall participate in Athletics, Badminton, Weightlifting, Handball, Rowing and Swimming.

XXI COMMONWEALTH GAMES MEDALISTS REWARDED WITH UGX. 100MILLION

National Council of Sports has rewarded Team Uganda’s medalists at the 21st Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast in Australia last April with Ugx. 100 Million.

Two Gold medalist Joshua Cheptegei was rewarded with Ugx. 50 Million for his historical victories in 5000m and 10000m races at the Commonwealth Games.

Stella Chesang got Ugx. 20 Million for winning Uganda's third gold medal in the women’s 10000m at the Games while silver medalist Solomon Mutai was rewarded with Ugx.15 Million for his efforts in men’s Marathon.

SERGEANT TUGUME SALUTES NCS AFTER PAN AMERICA GAMES VICTORY

Kickboxer sergeant Titus Tugume has applauded National Council of Sports and the Uganda Peoples Forces for helping him develop a career in the sport.

Mr. Tugume on Monday returned from the 2018 Pan American games in United States of America where he won a total of three medals.

He won two golds by Knock Out (KO) in kick light style and contact style and a silver medal in the point style at the 2018 Pan American games held in San Antonio.

NCS IS OPTIMISTIC THAT UGANDA CAN WIN MORE MEDALS AT THE ONGOING COMMONWEALTH IN AUSTRALIA

National Council of Sports has applauded Team Uganda for the good performances at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia.

NCS General Secretary Mr. Nicholas Muramagi noted that the country still has the potential to achieve more success at the ongoing Games.

Uganda has already won two Gold and 1 Bronze at the Games courtesy of Joshua Cheptegei, Stella Chesang and Mercyline Chelangat.

More athletes in different categories are still advancing towards more achievements.

NCS EXTENDS ITS CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ARM TO FORMER FOOTBALLER

National Council of Sports (NCS) has urged the public to contribute towards the treatment of former footballer Ausi Kaaya, who is seriously ill and has been undergoing treatment for the last year.

NCS Assistant General Secretary Mr. David Katende on Friday paid a courtesy call to the former player at his home in Kawempe where he delivered UGX.1,000,000 contribution towards treatment and upkeep.

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