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Ananias Shikongo and his Guide Sem Shimanda bring Silver medal for their performance in the 400m T11. They finished in 51.14s.  It was an impressive upgrade on the bronze won at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games where he won a landmark treble, which so included gold and a games record in the 200m. The trouble maker, now has four medals at the Paralympic Games, and has become Namibia’s joint record holder for the most medals at an Olympic competition. He shares the status with another legendary Frank Fredericks who medalled four times at

Sunday the 18th of July 2021 Dr Bernard Haufiku was invited to share information with  regards to SARS COVID19 with the para athletes, their guides and support staff. The para athletes are currently camping at Safari Hotel in preparation of Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The presentation on SARS Covid 19 emphasize the importance of understanding what the virus is all about, how it spread, how to prevent and also generally about the vaccines. DR Haufiku stress that it is important for the athletes to know how to protect themselves so

We're exactly 70 days away from the Tokyo 2021 Paralympic Games. The third and final version of the Play Book have been published. Playbooks are a key part of the overall countermeasures being put in place for the Games and help stakeholder groups finish their planning ahead of the games. We must take all responsibility to ensure safe and successful Games and follow the Play Book, there will be challenges to overcome ,even sacrifices to be made #StrongerTogether we will put on Games like on other. The-Playbook-Athletes-and-Officials-June-2021Download Compiled by Memory Kahlari.

Nampower Foundation Boosts Preparation & Qualification of Para athletes to Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Namibia National Paralympic Committee is a member of Disability Sports Namibia which is the country’s NPC (National Paralympic Committee) and a member of IBSA and IWAS. NNPC is the national controlling body of sport and classification, sport that fall under its jurisdiction, for persons who have visual or physical impairments which complies with eligibility requirements as defined by the National Paralympic Committee. (IPC Classification Code, 2015). Nampower Foundation, partner to the Disability Sports Namibia continue to boost support

The Tokyo 2020 Local organizing committee together with the International Paralympic Committee have put together a playbook as guideline ahead of the Paralympic games to ensure athletes, support staff, technical staff, coaches and Dignitaries are aware of what is expected from them during games times to ensure safe delivery of the games. These measures need to be adhered to by all those travelling to Japan from the 18th of August -5 September 2021. The-Playbook-Athletes-and-Officials-April-2021Download Compiled by Memory Kahlari.