London Olympics: Ganzi’s Dream Ends At Aquatic Centre

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Mugula did his best and clocked 27.58, a time that earned him the Olympic slot. In simple words, there was no improvement.

He finished fifth in the heat that was won by 18-year old Osman Abdouraham from Djibouti in 24.82.

Mugula follows weightlifter Charles Ssekyaaya and badminton player Edwin Ekiring who early this week failed to progress.

But credit to him, his time better than Gilbert Kaburu’s 27.72 at the Water Cube in Beijing four years ago.

Another swimmer Jamila Lunkuse is in action tomorrow.

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