viagra 100mg http://changescale.org/wp-includes/class-json.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 115%;”>“Government of Uganda wishes to congratulate Stephen Kiprotich upon winning a gold medal in the 42km marathon race at the Olympic Games that ended yesterday 12th August 2012 in London, recipe http://deborahmillercounselor.com/wp-content/themes/pixelpress/includes/widgets/widget-woo-blogauthor.php ” Uganda Media Centre boss Fred Opolot said in a statement.
viagra buy http://cmareno.com/wp-includes/deprecated.php geneva;”>“This is a historic moment for Uganda. Kiprotich’s resilience and magnificent finish reminds us as a nation that amidst all odds we can achieve greatness,” Opolot further stated.
“As a country, we congratulate our gallant son Stephen Kiprotich upon this momentous achievement. This success should further galvanize our efforts and resources to produce more of the athletes that will continue to fly Uganda’s flag high,” emphasized Opolot.
He noted that the 23-year-old from Bukwo district joins the likes of John Akii Bua, Davis Kamoga, Leo Rwabwogo, John Mugabi, Moses Kipsiro, Dorcus Inzikuru on the wall of Uganda’s athletic fame.
“We wish Kiprotich all the best in his career,” Opolot concluded.
The country is a jovial mood following Kiprotich’s magnificent performance that ended Uganda’s 40 years of heartache with a gold medal.
Uganda had last won a gold medal at the Olympics in 1972.