USF President Mwase flags off team Uganda masters swimming

USF President Mwase flags off team Uganda masters swimming

By Emmanuel Sekago

In a distinguished ceremony that blended sportsmanship and national pride, President Moses Mwase of the Uganda Swimming Federation (USF) officially flagged off Team Uganda Masters Swimming in an event that showcased the synergy between leadership, athleticism, and community support.
The occasion, held at Waves Health club in Ntinda, marked a pivotal moment for both the swimmers and the nation’s swimming federation.

USF President Mwase flagging off Team Uganda masters swimming at Waves

Underneath the bright sun, the atmosphere was charged with anticipation as the swimming community and sports enthusiasts gathered to witness the official send-off. President Moses Mwase, adorned in official regalia, addressed the crowd with a fervor that reflected his unwavering commitment to the sport and the athletes.

At The flag off ceremony, President  Moses Mwase  in his address, commended the swimmers for their dedication, hard work, and the honor they brought to the country by qualifying for international competitions.

As the official flag of Uganda waved proudly above the team, President Mwase shared words of encouragement, emphasizing the importance of teamwork, discipline, and fair play. He expressed confidence in the athletes’ abilities to compete at the highest level and encouraged them to embody the values of sportsmanship throughout their journey.

Some of Team Uganda masters Swimming at Waves

The Team Uganda masters swimming captained by Peter Sebanakite, Conrad Kaheeru, Alex Kateeba, Dunstan Rukare, Donald Rukare and Kakooza Henry, leaves on Monday, February 26th,  for the World Aquatics  Masters championship that starts on February, 27th to March 3rd 2024  in Doha
The swimmers, standing tall and resolute, received the flag-off with a sense of pride and responsibility. President Mwase, took a moment to personally interact with each team member, offering words of encouragement and solidarity.

The event showcased the collaborative effort between the USF and the athletes in fostering a culture of excellence in Ugandan swimming. President Mwase’s leadership and commitment to the development of the sport were evident, setting the stage for the swimmers to make a significant impact on the international stage.

As Team Uganda Masters Swimming set forth on their journey, the cheers and well-wishes from the crowd echoed in the background, symbolizing the collective support of the nation. President Mwase’s flag-off marked not just the start of a sporting expedition but also a testament to the collaborative spirit that propels Ugandan athletes to strive for greatness on the global stage.

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