Damas Sikubwabo
Damas Sikubwabo
Eritrean Donait Tsegay (centre) outpaced Valentine Nzayisenga (L) and Diane Ingabire (R) in the final sprint to clinch the gold medal in girls' road race in Huye District on Saturday. Courtesy
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ANOCA Youth Games come to an end as Rwanda youngsters win three medals in road races
The girls' national 3x3 basketball team lifts the trophy in the air as they celebrate their victory over silver medalists Egypt in the final. Courtesy.
Rwandans collect 13 medals on Day 3 of ANOCA Youth Games
Christophe Mukunzi parted company with Gisagara Volleyball Club in September 2018 after helping them to the 2017-18 league title. File Photos.
Mukunzi on his healing after the Genocide – and how volleyball helped
Patriots power forward Michael Makiadi surges through two APR players during a past league match at Amahoro Indoor Stadium. Sam Ngendahimana.
Patriots urged to go for victory against APR after back-to-back defeats
Penelope Musabyimana (#1) and Clementine Kayitesi (#2) booked ticket to semi-finals in girlsu2019 beach volleyball on Wednesday after winning their first two games against Uganda and Burundi in Group A. Damas Sikubwabo.
Mixed fortunes for Rwanda as Niyonkuru strikes bronze
Yves Mutabazi was the captain of APR volleyball club before heading to Europe last year. Courtesy.
Volleyball: REG confirm Mutabazi signing
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Volleyball: Gisagara seek to bounce back against Etihad after UCU defeat
Taekwondo head coach Irene Allain Bagire (left) and his ten-member team pose for a photo at Amahoro Stadium. Courtesy.
Beach volley in high gear ahead of ANOCA Youth Games
REG BBC coach Patrick Ngwijuruvugo. Courtesy.
Basketball: We shall fight to stay on top, says REG
Gisagara have beefed up their squad for African championships with national team captain Christophe Mukunzi who plays for local rivals Rwanda Energy Group. File.
Volleyball: Gisagara begin quest for continental glory against UCU
Andre Mazimpaka helped Rayon Sports to three victories without conceding a goal during the month of February. Courtesy.
Mazimpaka named Rayon Sports Player of the Month
Espoir basketball club Shooting-Guard, Armel Sangwe. File.
Sangwe posts 19 points as Espoir stun Patriots in hoops league
Felicien Muhitira is making his first appearance at the World Cross Country cChampionship since his 2015 debut. File.
D-day as Rwandan athletes vie for medals at world meet
Moise Mugisha celebrates his solo finish after winnig the fifth and final stage of the 2019 Tour de lu2019Espoir in Yaoundu00e9, Cameroun in February. File.
Moïse Mugisha: The rider’s rapid rise to stardom
Espoir Basketball Club players, who face Patriots on Friday night, are seen here being briefed by head coach Maxime Mwiseneza during a past league game against APR at Amahoro Stadium. Sam Ngendahimana
Basketball: Patriots seek to bounce back against Espoir
Denise Mutatsimpundu, who went AWOL during the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia, was one of the best beach volleyball players in the country and the reigning African champion -- along with Charlotte Nzayisenga. Net.
Beach volleyball: Rwanda confirms participation at African champs
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Athletics quartet off to Denmark for World Cross Country Champs
Gisagara volleyball club players celebrate after beating Burundian side Amicale at the Africa Zone V Club Championship in Kigali in February. File.
Volleyball: Gisagara take on All-Star team in warm-up match

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