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Pictorial: National Team Preps For World Cross Country Championships Top story

With a roster boasting over 27 skilled athletes, the team has set up camp at the Trinity Biblical Institute in Kapchorwa.
11:07
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Pictorial: National Team Preparations For World Athletics Championships Top story

The training camp, which began on July 3rd, is scheduled to conclude on August 20th.
16:09
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Pictorial: National Team Prepares For World Cross Country Championships

The team under the watchful eyes of Coach Benjamin Njia is camping at Trinity Biblical Institute - Kapchorwa.
07:50
07:50

Pictorial: East Africa University Games

Athletes from different Universities across East Africa won medals in various sports disciplines including football, netball, volleyball, and athletics. The games climaxed when Ndejje was declared the overall winner after collecting 124 medals.
06:39
06:39

Pictorial: East Africa Varsity Games Top story

The games kicked off on Friday December 16th, 2022. At least 35 Universities from across East Africa are taking part in the games including Kenyatta, Dodoma, Makerere and Kyambogo Universities among others.
06:49
06:49

Pictorial: National Cross Country Championships

Uganda Police Forces-UPF Long-distance runner Martin Kiprotich Magengo won the National cross-country championships. The 22-year-old athlete, who secured the second position during the recent eastern cross country championships, won the 10km race after clocking 29:29.08.
11:32
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Pictorial: Uganda Police Force Win Inter-Forces Games 2022 in Kasese Police FC

This year’s edition was hosted by Uganda Wildlife Authority-UWA in Mweya, Queen Elizabeth National Park under the theme: “Interforce Collaboration a key to Effective Wildlife Protection”.
19:40
19:40

Pictorial: CECAFA U-20 Women's Finals

Ethiopia emerged the winners of this year's CECAFA U-20 Women's champion after defeating Uganda with 3-2 during their final game played at the Njeru based FUFA technical center on Tuesday.
19:45
19:45

Pictorial: Vipers Win Uganda Cup

Vipers walked away with 50 million Shillings while BULFC earned 20 million Shillings.
07:04
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Pictorial: Excitement As Olympic Medalists Return Top story

The procession was accompanied by Ministers, government officials parents and relatives of the athletes. Peruth Chemutai, the 3,000m steeplechase winner, was behind Cheptegei's car. Behind her was Jacob Kiplimo, the bronze medalist in the 10,000m race.
10:46
10:46

Pictorial: Onduparaka FC Celebrates 10 years in UPL

General Moses Ali, who presented president, Yoweri Museveni at the Celebrations urged the people of W. Nile to support the team to rise to a higher level beyond Uganda.
19:04
19:04

Pictorial: A Glimpse into the Source of the Nile Half Marathon

During the half marathon, a team of ten athletes was selected to represent Uganda in the upcoming 2020 IAAF half marathon championships due to take place in Poland next month.
07:48
07:48

Pictorial: European Union Envoys Visit Kiprotich National High Altitude Training Centre

The Ambassadors kicked off their day with a tour of a demonstration farm of Joel Cherop supported by the Netherlands at Kapenjuria Village in Kapchorwa village. They could later visit the Kiprotich National High Altitude Training Centre at Teryet, Kapchorwa where they toured the facility and engaged with World Cross Country champion Joshua Cheptegei, Olympic marathon champion Stephen Kiprotich, 2019 World Athletics gold medalist Halima Nakayi, middle distance runner Winnie Nanyondo and others.
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Pictorial: Kyabazinga Birthday Run Top story

The marathon that was flagged off by the Kyabazinga was divided in 5km and 10km races.
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Pictorial: Uganda's Moment at the World University Netball Championships

The game was tight. Nevertheless, Uganda defeated South Africa 44-43 to claim the 2018 title.
07:14
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KCCA Defends Uganda Cup goal 2 Top story

Gorge Migued Duarte de Costa, the head coach of Vipers FC said his team played well but misused some of the chances.
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13:30

Pictorial: 2017 Kampala Kids Run dstv uganda

It was a special Sunday morning for about 4,000 children between the ages of four and 15 years as they participated in the Kampala Kids Run. Accompanied by their parents and siblings, the children were flagged off from the Uganda Museum at about 7am to run for in the 1.5 kilometre and 3 kilometre races. We bring you the days events in pictures.
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