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WSC to host Spin Fiesta at Gobabis

19/07/2018
by Rodney Pienaar
Sports

The Windhoek Spin City (WSC) will be hosting the first ever Spin Fiesta at Gobabis slated for 28th July.

The Namibia Motorsports Federation plans to take the sport of spinning to all the regions of the country, event organiser and founding member of WSC, Joel Nambahu told The Villager. 

“We are looking forward to the event because we are going to bring the sport closer to all Namibians that have love for the sport. This time around we will be bringing in youthful spinners to attract more youth as much as possible to join the sport code. We are sure they will be enjoying in on the fun after the fiesta,” he said. 

He added that guest spinners from Botswana well known as General and the likes of Namibian spinner Wamboe Seun will take part in the fiesta. 

Local spinners from the town of Gobabis are also expected to take part in the fiesta. 

The main sponsors of the event are Monster Energy; CBS; Radio Energy; Talisman Hire and Neshe Medical Practice. 

The event will take place at the old abattoir and the entrance fee for adults is N$60 and children above the age of 12 will be charged N$30.