Luanda - The duo of Angolan women's sailing team, Domingas Huambo and Isabel Afonso, dominated on Monday the qualifying competition for the Tokyo Olympic Games, in class 470, to be held from 24 July to 9 August this year.More about this news
Luanda - Luanda city will host on 12-18 this month the African races for the qualification for the next Olympic Sailing Games, class 470, opened to both men and women.
Luanda - After winning the African Nations Cup (CAN), the national sailing teams of both genders in the optimist class were welcomed this afternoon in the sound of the drums, at the 4 de Fevereiro International Airport.
Luanda - The Ministry of Youth and Sports has in its portfolio to gather other ministerial departments to find mechanisms to reduce import costs in the face of the difficulties that entrepreneurs encounter in the acquisition of sports equipment.
Luanda - The candidates for presidential elections of the Angolan Water Sports Federation will go into the second round as both did not secure but two votes each.
Luanda - Angola is leading the African Championship of Optimist Sailing going since Friday in Luanda after the race on Sunday, the second day of competition, with seven sailors in the first 10 places.
Rio de Janeiro - Angolan duo André Matias and Jean Luc Rasamoelina debuted Monday with a fifth and last of preliminary series but they are going to a play off in the competition Double-skiff Light weight Men's Rowing Olympic Games of Rio de Janeiro, 2016.
Luanda - The 2nd edition of the national wakeboard championship will be held from February 27-28 this year on Mussulo Island, Luanda, with the participation of 25 competitors with 10 to 17 years of age.
Luanda - Angolan athletes André Matias and Jean-Luc Rasamoelina of the Luanda Clube Naval qualified for 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Angop has learned.