Tanzania’s U-23 soccer team’s players attend training session at the Prince Louis Rwagasore Stadium in Burundi last year to prepare for an encounter with Burundi’s U-23 team in the AFCON U-23 qualifiers that took place last year.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) Chief Conservationist, Freddy Manongi (seating C), signs a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Athletics Tanzania (AT) to back the association’s programs that are part of the country’s athletes’ preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Looking on are (L) AT secretary general, Wilhelm Gidabuday, and the association’s executive committee member, Meta Petro. PHOTO: COURTESY OF TULLO CHAMBO
Participants of the Kilimanjaro Premium Lager Marathon 2019’s 42km race at the starting point during this year’s eventthat took place in Moshi last weekend. All entries for the race were bought. PHOTO: CORRESPONDENT
Coach Charles Laizer in a group photo with Rafiki Foundation tennis players before the latter’s departure for Kenya to compete in the East Africa junior championship that will be played this week. PHOTO: COURTESY OF RAFIKI FOUNDATION
Tigo Tanzania Managing Director, Simon Karikari (2nd R) cuts a ribbon as a sign of handing over a new house to 93 years-old Joram Mollel (3rd L) for his participation in Tigo Kili Half Marathon for four successive years, during the occasion at Mushono in Arusha over the weekend. Looking on are Mollel’s son, Elibarik Mollel (2nd L), Tigo Chief Commercial Officer, Tarik Boudiaf (L), and the firm’s Northern Zone Acting Director, Aidan Komba. PHOTO: GUARDIAN CORRESPONDENT