Featured News from P.A.Y.
It Matters Where You Plant the Seed
Created: Tuesday, 05 May 2015
If you missed the TEDx Windhoek, here's your chance to hear MJ speak.
JICA meets PAY: bringing Japanese culture to Namibian youth
Created: Friday, 25 July 2014
Our friends from the Japan International Cooperation Agency Yuichiro Takayama, Hirohito Terauchi, Takuya Kanazawa and Shuhei Fujiwara spent a wonderful afternoon at PAY, teaching Namibian learners the art of paper folding (origami), how to write their names in Japanese using the Shido technique (Shido means "guidance" or "instruction") and the martial art for self-defence (karate).
XC National MTB Champs 2014 Results
Created: Monday, 07 July 2014
- Jarmann Milano- 4th Under 14 Boys
- Denzel Amunjera-4th Under 16
- Boys Petrus Mawano- 2nd Junior Men (behind Tristan de Lange!)
- Martin Sheya- 4th Under 23 Men
- Jonannes Uheka- 5th Elite Men
- Isak Hipitako- 6th Elite Men
- Ricardo Mangalie and Israel Joshua withdrew due to technical problems.
Click on the image bellow to download full Namibia Nedbank National XC Championships 2014 race results with lap times in pdf format.
Top British cycling coach in Namibia
Created: Monday, 30 June 2014
27th June - 3rd July 2014 edition of the Windhoek Observer featured an article on the success of Namibian Cycling Federation (NCF) and Physically Active Youth (P.A.Y.) in bringing to Namibia a world class cycling coach from Great Britain, in collaboration with UK Sport. P.A.Y. road cyclists in the elite and junior categories as well as P.A.Y. MTB junior riders received top level instruction in their respective categories for a total of three days. Richard Shepherd's visit is the first step in establish a long-term collaboration which will see profesionalisation of cycling coaching in Namibia.
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