North African Swimming Teams Set Sail for Doha Qatar in Pursuit of Excellence at the 2nd Arab Aquatics Age Group Championships

In a wave of excitement and determination, swimming teams from Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, and Sudan have embarked on a journey to Doha, Qatar, to participate in the eagerly awaited 2nd Arab Aquatics Age Group Championships. The championship, scheduled to take place at the state-of-the-art Hamad Aquatic Centre, promises to be a showcase of talent, sportsmanship, and camaraderie among the participating nations. As the North African teams bid farewell to their respective homelands, they carry not only the hopes of their nations but also the res... Read More

Eswatini's Chadd Ning and Siwakhile Dlamini Set to Make Waves at World Aquatics Championships in Doha 2024

In a historic moment for Eswatini's aquatic sports, swimmers Chadd Ning and Siwakhile Dlamini have been selected to represent their nation at the prestigious World Aquatics Championships in Doha, Qatar, set to take place later this year. The announcement was made by the Eswatini Swimming Association, which expressed immense pride in the achievements of these two exceptional athletes. The duo's selection is a testament to their dedication, hard work, and outstanding performances in national and international competitions. Chadd Nin... Read More

South African Swimmers Set to Make Waves at World Aquatics Championships 2024 in Doha

In a thrilling announcement for the South African swimming community, a group of exceptional athletes have been selected to represent the rainbow nation at the prestigious World Aquatics Championships 2024 in Doha. This formidable lineup includes the likes of Tatjana Schoenmaker, Chad Le Clos, Matthew Sates, Lara van Niekerk, Kaylene Corbett, and Pieter Coetzee, each poised to make their mark on the global stage. Tatjana Schoenmaker: South Africa's swimming sensation, Tatjana Schoenmaker, has become a household name after her record-brea... Read More

Ugandan Prodigy, Husnah Kukundakwe, Defies Odds as the Youngest Paralympian at Games

In a remarkable triumph over adversity, Ugandan Paralympian Husnah Kukundakwe, aged just 16, has emerged as a beacon of hope, breaking down stereotypes and inspiring countless individuals, particularly those grappling with disabilities. Born without her right forearm and facing impairment in her left hand, Kukundakwe's extraordinary journey into the world of aquatic sports began when she was a mere three years old. Today, she stands proudly as the youngest Paralympian at the Tokyo Games, a remarkable feat she accomplished at the tender age ... Read More

Matthew Sates Clinches KZN Sportsman of the Year Award in Spectacular Fashion

In a dazzling display of sportsmanship and unparalleled athletic prowess, Matthew Sates has emerged victorious as the KZN Sportsman of the Year. The prestigious award ceremony, held KZN Sports Arena, witnessed a gathering of elite athletes, sports enthusiasts, and distinguished personalities from around the globe. Matthew Sates, a name synonymous with excellence in the world of sports, has been a standout performer in his disciplines of swimming. Sates has consistently pushed the boundaries of human capability. His dedication, pass... Read More