Kenya has made Uganda it’s playground for success and it will not relent as they took charge at the CANA Zone III and IV swimming championships this evening at Kampala Parents School at Lugogo by pass.

Kenya ended the day with a combined team score of 404 points going into tomorrow’s swimming action on the second day of the competition. Zambia that has a team of 33 swimmers is chasing the East African leader with 357.5 points after having a good day in the water.

Angola was lying third with 338 points while Uganda the hosts were in sixth position with 238.5 points doing into tomorrow’s events that will see a full day of water action in the morning and afternoon.

Uganda’s Tendo Mukalazi won a medal for Uganda in the Boys 12 and under in the 50 meter breaststroke in a time of 39.40 while Rebecca Ssengonzi, was a silver medalist with a time of 36.80 in the girls 13-14 50 meter breaststroke.

A total of ten nations are taking part in the 12 edition of the CANA Zone III and IV swimming championships that Uganda is hosting for the first time.

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