Synonyms for mokoka or Related words with mokoka

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Examples of "mokoka"
Mokoka was a member of gold-winning French teams at the 2014 U16 and 2016 U18 European Championships.
Adam Mokoka (born July 18, 1998) is a French professional basketball player. He is currently under contract with BCM Gravelines-Dunkerque of the LNB Pro A.
Mokoka came through the youth academy of BCM Gravelines-Dunkerque. He won the national U21 championship with the BCM in 2014 and 2015.
In July 2012 Ngamole was selected to represent South Africa at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the men's marathon, where he competed alongside compatriots Lusapho April and Stephen Mokoka. The event took place on 12 August over the London Olympic street course.
Stephen Mokoka (born 31 January 1985) is a South African long-distance runner who competes in races ranging from 3000 metres to the marathon distance. He is a four-time medalist at the Universiade and has represented South Africa internationally in road, cross country, and track events. He represented South Africa in the marathon at the 2012 London Olympics.
In 2010, Mokoka retained his 10,000 m track and road national titles and improved upon his previous year's finish at the 2010 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, coming 22nd overall. He made his first outing over the marathon distance in November that year, running a time of 2:08:33 hours for fourth place at the JoongAng Seoul Marathon.
Daveyton has a golf course that has been operating for more than 19 years, funded by the world-renowned golfer, Ernie Els. Other notable establishments in the area are the Ekurhuleni Metro Police Department (EMPD) offices, the Ekurhuleni Customer Care Centre, the Daveyton and Mokoka libraries as well as the Ekurhuleni East College, Daveyton Campus (formerly known as Isidingo College).
The music and attitudes of the period struck a chord in the whole Basque Country and are still important for many young people. BRR also had a rebirth when many younger bands released their first records inspired by bands such as La Polla Records, Hertzainak, Eskorbuto or RIP, instead of looking for references in the US or England. Some of these bands are Etsaiak, Soziedad Alkoholika, Negu Gorriak, Su Ta Gar, Berri Txarrak, Skalariak, Betagarri. Some other later bands from outside the Basque Country were influenced by the BRR, including Reincidentes, Boikot, Ska-P or Extremoduro in Spain, Banda Bassotti in Italy, and Mokoka in France.
On 15 April 1988 a bomb explosion caused damage to the Atteridgeville Municipal buildings; no-one was injured during the attack. The attack was planned by Umkhonto we Sizwe and executed by one of their members, Johannes Maleka. In November 2000, Johannes Maleka was granted amnesty for his part in the attack by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Atteridgeville is the only township in Gauteng that blocked Zulu-land migrants from forcefully occupying Hostels, prominent members of the ANC in the township including Dr Abe Nkomo, Mr Rami Dau, Reeves Mabitsi and Kgomotso Mokoka held the forefront.
He opened 2013 on the cross country circuit and was runner-up at the Cross Internacional de Itálica and the Cross Internacional Juan Muguerza. He was in the top ten of the World's Best 10K and the 10,000 m at the Prefontaine Classic, then placed second at the Lilac Bloomsday Run. He attempted to gain selection for the 2013 World Championships in Athletics, but was again out of the running with a fourth-place finish at the 10,000 m Kenyan trials. In October he was second only to Haile Gebrselassie at the Great Scottish Run and topped the podium at the Great South Run 10-mile race, seeing off a challenge from defending champion Stephen Mokoka.
Mokoka competed internationally in a range of distances in 2012. After winning the 10,000 m national title with a personal best of 27:40.73 minutes, he came eighth in the event at the 2012 African Championships in Athletics. He was selected for the South African Olympic team and ran in the Olympic marathon, although he came 49th overall. A half marathon best of 60:57 minutes came two weeks after in Cape Town and he went on to place eighth at the 2012 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships. He closed off his year on the roads, winning the Great South Run 10-miler with a run of 46:40 minutes and a fourth-place finish at the Shanghai Marathon in 2:09:43 in December.
In 2011 he ran a 5000 metres track best of 13:31.27 minutes and came second over 10,000 metres at the Hyogo Relays. Osako was chosen to represent his country at the 2011 Summer Universiade, where he defeated Stephen Mokoka in the 10,000 m to take the gold medal, becoming the first Japanese since Yasuyuki Watanabe to win that title. At the start of the 2012 season he was the top Japanese finisher at the Chiba Cross Country (fourth overall) and had a narrow win at the Fukuoka Cross Country, beating Yuki Sato. Osako improved his track bests in 2012, running 3:42.68 minutes for the 1500 metres, 7:54.68 minutes for the 3000 metres and 27:56.94 minutes for the 10,000 m.
The re-styled Great North 10K run first took place in mid July 2009 in Sunderland and that year it had 4,500 people taking part together with top flight runners from around the world. Olympic bronze medallist Tony Jeffries set the competitors off. The event was televised and broadcast by Channel Five with repeats shown on various Sky Sports channels; highlights were later shown on television channels throughout the world. The overall winner was Steve Mokoka, the champion half marathon runner from South Africa who completed the course in a time of twenty-nine minutes twenty seconds. Male competitors also gained second and third places in the form of Africans Tsegai Tewelde and Tsegezeab Woldmichael. However, the fastest times set in the women's section were all British runners with Kate Reed crossing the line first in thirty-three minutes twenty-two seconds. Hayley Haining was second and Rosemary Ryan from Ireland was third. The event was described in the "Sunderland Echo" newspaper as having an "electric atmosphere" together with "perfect running conditions" making it a "huge hit".