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EXCLUSIVE: Shamim Bangi Talks about Her Life

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at Kampala club.

Bangi strayed her badminton carrier at the age of 13 at Mariam high surprised many after outclassing all the senior players.

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Bangi met up with ChimpSport reporter, Grace Segirinya with whom she shared a lot aboutsports and life in an exclusive interview.

Excerpts

ChimpSport: What inspired you to play this sport?

Bangi: I used to watch international players playing it but most likely was the then Ugandan number one currently based in Netherlands Edwine Ekling.


ChimpSport: To whom do you attribute this success?

Bangi: It’s my coach William Kabindi who has always been by my side all the time. Oh I had forgotten about my mother who has offered me both moral and financial support.

chimpsort: How many local event have you played in your carrier?

Bangi: Many, I can only remember a few where I emerged unbeaten. Picfare open, Baroda open, Roofings international, Tiabah open and Manji open to mention but a few.

ChimpSport: Besides playing, what have benefited from the sport?

Bangi: oh very many things which include international exposure, meeting big people and acquiring a free university sponsorship.

ChimpSport: Tell us about your academic background.

Bangi: oh it’s very rich; at the age of 21 I have finished my degree in Insurance and banking

ChimpSport: How did you manage to balance sports and academics.

Bangi: of course it’s tight, but I try to manage my time. I was able to get a second upper degree.


ChimpSport: Tell us about your training programme?

Bangi: I train from Monday to Saturday.

ChimpSport: How many international tournaments have you featured in?

Bangi: very many; The Nigeria international, Kenya open, where I lost in quarters, Uganda international where I lost in quarters and Mauritius International so far this year, to mention but a few

ChimpSport: Do you play any other sport?

Bangi: Sometimes, I swim for leisure.

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