Cameroon currently occupies the sixth position in the general classification on the ongoing 2019 All Africa Games in Rabat and Casablanca in Morocco.
On the second day of the continental competition this Sunday, 18th August 2019 Cameroon now prides itself with 4 medals after competing in Rabat.
The medals won so far include: one gold medal, silver and two bronze all in the Judo discipline.
Wezeu Helen won gold in the -63kg category
Vanessa Atangana Mballa got silver in the +78kg category
Arrey Sophina won a bronze medal in the -70kg
Dieudonne Dolassem won bronze at the -90kg categories for.
The athletes were overwhelmed with the joy of their victory and dedicated their medals to the country they came out to represent.
A close follow-up for team Cameroon
All the athletes of team Cameroon are carefully followed up with by physiotherapist to ensure they are in good shape to compete.
Hypollite kuom says that there is a team of qualified physiotherapist accompanying the athletes in the competition.
The athletics delegation is lodged at the games village at the International Mohammed sixth University where they have been training since their arrival.
They will start competing on Tuesday 20th August; a day after the opening ceremony.
The handball Lionesses are rather in Rabat where they will be competing with other teams.
Handball Lionesses coach, Perpetual forsuh, says the girls are in good spirits to compete.
The football under 23 lionesses is yet to field their first game against the Zambia ladies following changes in match schedule.
Two delegations of athletes, coaches and technical staff have already settled in Morocco and the Judo team have ended their phase of competition this Sunday 18th August.
The Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Narcisse Moulle Kombi also landed in Morocco this Sunday 18th August ahead of the games official opening ceremony in Rabat.
The last delegation of Cameroon athletes and staff are expected in Morocco this Monday 19th August 2019.
Team Cameroon looks up with expectations to the official opening ceremony where they will all be dressed in the Sawa cultural regalia, the kaba ngondo for the ladies and the Sanja for the men to portray Cameroon’s multicultural wealth.
Bruno Ndonwie Funwie