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Swakopmund race a success

(From let to right): Sakaria Nghikembua CEO: Operations at Old Mutual with winner, Johannes Hilalia, Beata Naigambo and Lavinia Haitope who came in second and third respectively in the 20 to 39 female category.

(From let to right): Sakaria Nghikembua CEO: Operations at Old Mutual with winner, Johannes Hilalia, Beata Naigambo and Lavinia Haitope who came in second and third respectively in the 20 to 39 female category.

(From left to right): Sakaria Nghikembua: CEO of Operations at Old Mutual with Mynharde Kauanivi, who came first in the 20 to 39 male category, Leonard Namupala(second) and third placed, Aaron Tjivambi.

(From left to right): Sakaria Nghikembua: CEO of Operations at Old Mutual with Mynharde Kauanivi, who came first in the 20 to 39 male category, Leonard Namupala(second) and third placed, Aaron Tjivambi.

The second leg of the Old Mutual Victory Races kicked off in Swakopmund last Saturday. Despite the chilly weather conditions, athletes arrived ready to compete for the winning prizes, with a total of 540 participants competing.
This year, Old Mutual has made available N$510 000  for the race series. Included in this sponsorship are two Sports Development bursaries  worth N$ 12 000.
These races are value-driven initiatives undertaken by Old Mutual to address social development needs within communities.
The next race takes place in Oshakati, at the Oshakati Independence Stadium on 21 July.

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