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Mozambique to send six athletes to the London Olympic Games

07-12-2012 19:50 BJT

MAPUTO, July 12 (Xinhua) -- Mozambique will send six athletes to participate in the London Olympic Games, Radio Mozambique reported Thursday.

The six athletes are Kurt Couto (Athletics), Juliao Maquina (Boxing), Neuso Sigauque (Judo), Chakil Camal (Swimming), Jessica Vieira (Swimming) and Silvia Panguane (Athletics).

It will be the second time for Couto and Camal to compete in Olympic Games as the duo had participated in the Beijing Olympics in 2008.

"I will do the best to represent Mozambique in London, and I am prepared", Couto was quoted by Radio Mozambique as saying.


Editor:James |Source: Xinhua

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