Support us to Tokyo2020 Paralympic games Qualifying for Tokyo Competitions Training for Tokyo Training stage

We believe that creating a supportive sports environment enables athletes with a handicap to compete at the highest level in Paralympic sports, gives them perspective for a life after sport and makes them a role model to the community.

Our champions

Our champions


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

T11 (total blind)

Shikongo is the first Namibian male athlete to win gold at the Paralympic Games. He also won two bronze medals in Rio2016.

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Johannes Nambala

T13 (visual impaired)

Nambala is a two times Paralympic silver medalist and World champion in the 400m sprint event.

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Lahja Ishitile

T11 (total blind)

Ishitile is a promising young para-athlete. She is participating in the short distance events and long jump.

Now on the move

Road to Tokyo2020


Our Paralympic athletes are preparing for Tokyo2020ne. The current Covid-19 virus has big impact on their sport lives and preparations and the Paralympic Games of Tokyo2020 have been delayed until summer 2021.


However, the pandemic fails to dampen spirits and ambitions of our champions. The Sport on the Move Foundations supports for daily training, transport and nutrition.



Pandemic fails to dampen spirits of Namibia’s Ananias Shikongo

Paralympic champion urges athletes to support each other during challenging times


All Eyes on Blindness: fundraising dinner in the dark

Have you ever tried eating dinner completely blindfolded? If your answer is no then prepare to have your senses heightened as you partake in an evening of ‘Dinner in the Dark’ in support of a good cause.


Athletes receive sponsorship Adidas

Athletes receive an amazing sponsorship from Adidas in their journey towards the Paralympic Games of Tokyo2020. The Sport on the Move foundation would like to thank Adidas for their great gift in support to our Namibian para-athletes.