By Anashe Murombedzi
Sprinter Ngoni Makusha qualified for the Men’s 100m Round One after finishing first in Heat one of the Preliminary Round.
The Great trek has begun on a good note for Zimbabwe’s sprinter Ngoni Makusha as he qualified for round one in the men’s 100m heats after finishing first in Heat 1 of the preliminary round of the Olympics men’s 100m, clocking 10 minutes 32 seconds.
The 27 year old is through to round 1 of the Men’s 100m and will compete in Heat 6 which will toss up this Saturday afternoon.
In golf, Scott Vincent continued with his improvements after he moved 17 places on the leader board of the Men’s Individual Golf Stroke Play.
Going into the final round this Sunday, Vincent is tied 17th and another score of 66 or under will put him in the top 10.
Mhondoro is the highest ranked African and will be back on the course this Sunday for the final round.