Synonyms for rwamuhanda or Related words with rwamuhanda

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Examples of "rwamuhanda"
Peter Rwamuhanda (11 December 1953 – 9 June 2008) was a Ugandan athlete who competed in the 400 metres hurdles.
Govile finished seventh in 4 x 400 metres relay at the 1984 Summer Olympics, together with teammates Moses Kyeswa, Peter Rwamuhanda and Mike Okot, in a national record time of 3:02.09 minutes.
Kyeswa finished seventh in 4 x 400 metres relay at the 1984 Summer Olympics, together with teammates John Goville, Peter Rwamuhanda and Mike Okot, in a national record time of 3:02.09 minutes.
Okot finished seventh in 4 x 400 metres relay at the 1984 Summer Olympics, together with teammates John Goville, Moses Kyeswa and Peter Rwamuhanda, in a national record time of 3:02.09 minutes.
In the last major season of his career, he began with a runner-up finish at the AAA Championships behind America's James King. The 1982 Commonwealth Games was held in Brisbane and he was the home favourite for the 400 m hurdles. Coming into the final straight, Ugandan Peter Rwamuhanda was in first place but, after a stumble at the final hurdle Brown, took the lead. Brown had a lifetime best in the race, running 49.37 seconds to become the Commonwealth champion. This time placed him second to Bruce Field (49.32) on the all-time Australian ranking and 15th in the world rankings that year. Although only in his late twenties, this proved to be the last major outing internationally as he was not part of the Australian relay team and withdrew from the first ever Australian squad for the 1983 World Championships in Athletics. He still competed successfully at a national level up to 1984.