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The Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II will honour the Ghana Football Association President for bringing honour to Ghana through his election as Executive Committee Member of Continental football governing body, Caf.Kwesi Nyantakyi beat off opposition from Anjorin Moucharaf, president of the Beninois FA to secure the seat.Despite the public endorsement of Moucharaf by Caf President Issa Hayatou, the GFA President won overwhelmingly.A statement issued in Accra by the Ghana Sports Advocates Coalition (GSAC) said Mr. Nyantakyi will be honoured at the Manhyia Palace at 12pm Wednesday 16 March 2011.After the ceremony, the new Caf Executive Committee member will interact with students and lecturers of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology – Independence Hall at 4pm.The interaction will centre on football administration in Ghana, the challenges and the way forward. According to the statement, the entire GFA Executive Committee Members will address journalists at 7pm.Source: Myjoyonline.com/Ghana
The second International Swimming Meeting ”Mladost Kup 2013” was held this Saturday in Banja Luka. This meeting was held at the City Olympic swimming pool in Banja Luka. The competitors competed in two swimming pools. Children up to 12 years of age competed in the 25 meter long swimming pool, while older swimmers competed in the 50 meter long Olympic swimming pool. The competition welcomed 200 competitors from 15 clubs. Besides the clubs from B&H, clubs from Croatia and Serbia also competed at this meeting.Swimming pool PK “Zmaj-Alpamma” participated at this competition with 30 competitors. Some of them are: Melika Imamović, Džana Kasumović, Džana Čaušević, Belma Rahmanović, Azra Ibrahimagić, Mila Hrustić, Iris Samardžić, Merisa Mustajbašić, Asja Merdić, Andrej Simić, Vladimir Simić, Kajs Hadžić, Maid Sukanović, Adi Mešetović, Ahmed Imamović, Amar Ustavdić, Tarik Ustavdić, Amir Imamović, Belmin Karić, Faris Čanović, Emir Jusičić, Faris Škahić, Benjamin Ibrahimagić, Eldar Vikalo, Azur Žabić, Denis Stankić, Harun Bajramović, Zlatan Radovanović, Amar Koprić and Damir Koprić.Swimmers from PK “Zmaj-Alpamm“ won in total 18 medals at this competition, out of which 3 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze medals. Andrej Simić, a swimmer from PK “Zmaj-Alpamma” is the pride of this club. He was proclaimed as the best athlete from Tuzla and as the best athlete from the Municipality of Tuzla for the year 2012.