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The second leg of the Old Mutual Victory Races kicked off in Swakopmund last Saturday. Despite the chilly weather conditions, athletes arrived ready to compete for the winning prizes, with a total of 540 participants competing.
This year, Old Mutual has made available N$510 000 for the race series. Included in this sponsorship are two Sports Development bursaries worth N$ 12 000.
These races are value-driven initiatives undertaken by Old Mutual to address social development needs within communities.
The next race takes place in Oshakati, at the Oshakati Independence Stadium on 21 July.
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