Uganda: Kukundakwe Earns Spot At Tokyo Paralympics

Ugandan para-swimmer Husnah Kukundakwe has qualified for the 2020 Paralympics due August 24 – September 4 in Tokyo, Japan.

This follows her formidable performance in the women’s 100m breaststroke earlier today at the World Para-swimming Series that is running at the Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield – United Kingdom.

Kukundakwe clocked 1:36.31 (with a split of 44.08) to beat the 1:37.44 minimum entry time (MET) for the Paralympics.

Her neck-to-neck race with Great Britain’s…


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