ICR 2022 – “Building A Stronger & Healthier Zambia”.

Zambia Athletics (ZA) in partnership with Good Time Steel Company(GTS) & Madison Financial Services, has planned to hold the 22nd Inter-Company Relay (ICR), on May 28, 2022 at the Heroes Stadium in Lusaka, two years after the Covid-19 pandemic and its accompanying restrictions. The ICR promotes an Integrated Approach to Health Response and Wellness and is used as the Fundraising Activity to support the activities of the Zambia Athletics (ZA) formerly known Zambia Amateur Athletic Association (ZAAA). The GTS 22nd ICR isaimed at igniting good health and exhibiting Zambia’s resilience to any adversity while raising funds to qualify and send athletes to the World Athletics Championships in Oregon- U.S.A, the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) Championships in Mauritius and the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham- U.K apart from supporting the High Performance Centre and the Talent Identification Program (TIP) throughout the Country. This event is anchored on four (4) Pillars, namely: Covid -19 Vaccinations, Screening &


Mlife HALF MARATHON-PHYSICAL RACE, STAGGERED START – At the start of the race, small groups of runners start at different times to avoid congestion at the start and on the course, this will help in keeping distance from other runners. For instance, design different wave start times: 5:30hrs, 06:00hrs, 06:30 etc. click Register here to register online  #Race2BeatCovid19   

Suwilanji Mpondela – Africa’s youngest newly elected Athletes Commission Chair

Suwilanji Theresa Fotwe Mpondela will long remember Saturday 9 March 2019. She made history that day, becoming the first Chair of the Athletes Commission for the National Olympic Committee of Zambia (NOCZ). She beat other candidates from 15 national sports federations such as swimming, table tennis, basketball and tennis – an incredible accomplishment for a young promising athlete that only turned 19 last month.“My mother taught me that there are no barriers,” she said. “You carry the power regardless of age.” A beneficiary of the IOC Scholarship, she was one of seven out of 100 candidates shortlisted by the organisation for this role. In her new role, Mpondela wants athletes to understand the power of education and to equip them with tools that