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Botswana Junior swimmers rake in 10 gold medals

Botswana junior swimmers rack in 10 gold medals

Wins 23 medals in first international appearance

Eight young swimmers traveled to Swakopmund- Namibia last week to compete in a short course tournament hosted by the Namibia Swimming Federation (NSF).

In an impressive outing, the team amassed a total of 23 medals, including 10 gold, five silver, and eight bronze.

Rayhan Khonat was the toast of the lot, bagging four gold and one bronze medal.

STADING TALL: Rayhan Khonat

Ji-enung Chang took home two gold medals.

More gold medals came from Yung-such Chang, Mothusi Matthews, Amaru Ditlhogo and Larona Matenge.

GOLD FISH: Amar...

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