The Foundation supports some of the most succesful and promising Namibian Paralympic athletes on their roads to the highest stages of Paralympic sport.
Ananias Shikongo, Johannes Nambala and Lahja Ishitile are the athletes we support on a daily basis. Aside them there are many more who benefit from the foundation’s support once in a while.
Shikongo is the first Namibian male athlete to win gold at the Paralympic Games. He also won two bronze medals in Rio2016.Read more
Nambala is a two times Paralympic silver medalist and World champion in the 400m sprint event.Read more
Ishitile is a promising young para-athlete. She is participating in the short distance events and long jump.Read more
Our Paralympic athletes are preparing for the Paris2024 Paralympic Games. The pandemic failed to dampen spirits and ambitions of our champions. Tokyo2020 is done and dusted. Ananias Shikongo and Johannes Nambala brought two medals home this time.
Now it’s their time to focus on the next Paralympic Games that are on the corner. In a shorter Paralympic cyclus of three years they will need to get ready to perform. Support our champions to excel at the highest level in Paralympic sport!
Ananias Shikongo flagbearer at Commonwealth Games 2022
Our athletes Johannes Nambala and Ananias Shikongo participated in the MTC We Race Together event to beat social issues in the country.
Worldwide paralympic athletes experience difficulties in finding support to reach the stars at the high level in sports. Luckily for our athletes there were several sponsors that we want to acknowledge for their support towards Tokyo2020:
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