The Daily Monitor's Mark Namanya assesses his country's performance at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Commonwealth Games Showcase Country's Talent, Shortcomings
Monitor, 15 April 2018
Joshua Cheptegei's emphatic 10,000m gold on Friday night took Uganda's gold medals' haul to three here and catapulted the country to 14th position out of 71 countries at the… Read more »
Uganda's Rise in Athletics Cause for Kenya to Worry Deeply
Nation, 12 April 2018
Irrespective of our performance in athletics here in Gold Coast, we must return home knowing we have a major "Opponent" just next door and it is no longer business as usual. I am… Read more »
Mutai Silver Seals Notable Campaign
Monitor, 16 April 2018
Solomon Mutai admitted yesterday that he had to control his pace "so as not to die" after he won silver in a dramatic marathon on the final day of the Commonwealth Games in Gold… Read more »
Joshua Cheptegei after his 5 000m victory at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Athletics Draws Level With Boxing On Eight
Going into the 2018 Commonwealth Games, boxing were out on their own as Uganda's most dominant sport in the history of the event. Read more »
Rugby Cranes Have Work to Do Ahead of San Francisco
The Rugby Cranes will travel to San Francisco, USA for the Sevens World Cup aware that they must improve their communication and defence to compete favourably at the highest level. Read more »
Lessons From Gold Coast Should Not Be Wasted
The Australian city of Gold Coast will, starting today, return to its normal routine as the quadrennial Commonwealth Games ended yesterday. Australia's economy has definitely… Read more »
Joshua Cheptegei won two gold medals for his country, first in the men's 5,000M and now the 10,000M events - the second man to achieve this feat at the games. Who's laughing now, ... Read more »
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