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MBABANE – Six days after collecting the Sportsman of the Year award, the fastest man in the country, Sibusiso ‘Swazi Bolt’ Matsenjwa, will jet out of the country for Berlin, Germany.

‘Swazi Bolt’ will undergo an intensive 15-day training camp along with other top athletes from across the globe with Athletics South Africa (ASA) Meet being his next assignment on November 18, 2017 where he will compete in the 100m category. Last Saturday night, at a glittering event, the inaugural National Sports Awards at the spacious Royal Swazi Convention Centre, the sprinter marched to the stage to receive his award presented by MTN Manager Communications and Sponsorships Meshack Maseko and Swaziland National Sports and Recreation Council (SNSRC) Board Member Nqobile Magagula.

It was a deserved award from a man who has broken national records like plates in the past year and we took the opportunity to tie down the man of the moment to a one-on-one interview.
  Times: What has been your motivation in your glittering career?

Swazi Bolt: Meeting the world’s fastest man in the world, Usian Bolt who has just retired in 2009 during the World Championships.
Times: You have achieved a lot in your career and you continue to shine, who do you attribute your success to?

Swazi Bolt: To my mother and grandmother. They have been very  supportive to me  since my infant years in the athletics career, especially my grandmother. I know she would have loved to be at the awards when I was named the Sportsman of the Year but she couldn’t make it.

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