Month: March 2019

Impact of Sports on Society

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A better Society It won’t be only about play. Organisers of the gala have also arranged an awards ceremony for star performers.  London Olympics marathon champion Stephen Kiprotich tops this list. Kiprotich stands out as Uganda’s most successful athlete for winning both the Olympics and World marathon titles. “We shall reward him a special trophy,” explained one of the event’s organizers Edward Akaanga. Also on the awards list is Uganda’s first professional netballer Peace Proscovia.

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Fun with Board Games

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The Forgotten Sports  They are some of Uganda’s most popular games. Kwepena and Mweso are played across almost the entire nation. Since this gala is about Ugandans connecting with their roots, what better way to link with their origins than through the two disciplines? Kwepena and Mweso will therefore be a key component of the gala. Both young and old will that day swing into action in the two disciplines. “Who said only the young

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Participate in a variety of games

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About the disciplines The inaugural edition of the UK Uganda Sports Day gala is supposed to make the best out of sports. Athletics. football, netball, badminton, volley ball and basketball together with traditional games like kwepena, ekigwo and mweso will be part of the day’s menu. According to Big Daddy International (BDI)-the organisers of the one day event, the event will also serve as an opportunity for the over 50,000 Ugandans in the UK to

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