Botswana: The Confederation of African Athletics (CAA), on Tuesday, named Kebonemodisa Dose Mosimanyane as Best Coach of the Year 2022, which deserving recognition after coaching the world’s fastest teenager, Tebogo Letsile.
The recognition came alongside the country’s 100m sensation Letsile Tebogo who made spectacular performances by emerging as a World U20 Holder in 100m, Championship Record Holder in 100m, a World record breaker in 200m, as well as a World U20 Champion in 100m. The above-mentioned successes have been far above his contemporaries this year.
Mosimanayane also came on top of other Africa’s best Coaches for this year according to the Confederation of African Athletics, particularly ahead of Patric Sang, who coaches Faith Kipyegon, with Emmanuel Korir’s coach, Paul Ereng on the third.
SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS – ATHLETICS
Coach to the following athletes:
1. Leungo Scotch – 2019, 2021 and 2022
National champion in 400m men, 2019 Southern Senior Champs Gold medalist 400m men and 4x400m, Champion All African Games and World Champs semifinalist in 400m men, 2021, World Relays Bronze Medalist in 4x400m Relay, Olympics Semifinalist in men’s 400m and bronze medalist in 4x400m Relay, 2022, Africa Senior Champs finalist in 400m and Gold medalist in 4x400m Relay, World Athletics Champs Finalist in 4x400m Relay, Commonwealth Games semifinalist in 400m and Silver medalist in 400m RelayPB 45.00).
2. Tshepiso Masalela – 2019 National Champion in 1500m, Southern Senior Champs Gold medalist in 800m and All African Games finalist in 800m, 2022 Africa senior champs Bronze medalist in 800m and Commonwealth games Semifinalist in 800m PB 1:46.34…
3. Zibane Ngozi – 2019 Southern Senior Champs Silver medalist, All African Games Gold medalist in 4x400m relay and World champs semifinalist in 4x400m., 2021 Olympic Games Silver medalist in 4x400m Relay, 2022 Africa Senior champs finalist in 400m and Gold medalist in 4x400m Relay, World Athletics Champs finalist in 4x400m Relay, Commonwealth Games semifinalist in 400m and Silver medalist in 4x400m Relay
4. Galefele Moroko –2019 Champion, All African Games 400m women and Silver medalist in 4x400m relay and Semifinalist at the World champs in 400m women. – PB 50.59…..
5. Tlhomphang Basele 2019 National champion in 400m women, Southern Senior champs Silver medalist in 400m women, All African Games Silver medalist in 4x400m relay, 2022 Africa senior champs and Commonwealth Games Finalist in 4x400m, PB 53.26 …..
6. Bayapo Ndori 2021 Olympics Bronze medalist in 4x400m Relay, 2022 Africa senior champs silver medalist in 400m and Gold medalist in 4x400m Relay, World Athletics Champs finalist in both 400m flat and 4x400m Relay, Commonwealth Games Silver medalist in 4x400m relays.
7. Letsile Tebogo- 2021 World Athletics Junior Champs Gold medalist in 100m and Silver medalist in 200m, 2022 Africa senior champs finalist in 4x100m relay and Gold medalist in 200m, World Athletics Championships semifinalist in 100m, World Athletics Junior Champs Gold medalist in 100m and silver medalist in 200m. ..World Junior Record holder in 100m 9.91 …….
PBs 100m – 9.91 and 200m – 19.96
- August 2022 Assistant coach- Athletics National Team– Commonwealth Games – Birmingham, UK
- July 2022 Assistant Coach – Athletics National Team- World Athletics Championships – Oregon USA
- June 2022 Assistant Coach – Athletics National Team – Africa Senior Champs – Saint Pierre, Mauritius
- July – August 2021 Assistant coach – Athletics National Team – Olympic Games – Tokyo, Japan
- May 2021 Head Coach- Athletics National Team – World Athletics Relays – Silesia, Poland
- Sep – Oct 2019 Assistant Coach- Athletics National Team- IAAF World Championships- Doha, Qatar
- Aug – Sep 2019 Head Coach- Athletics National Team, -All Africa Games- Rabat, Morocco
- Aug 2019 Head coach – National relay teams (4x400m men and women), Manchester International Meet- Manchester – UK
- Sep 2017 Acquired a Level 2 provincial athletics coaching certificate from BOLAND athletics in Cape Town, South Africa.
- 2017 to date Assistant Coach – Maun Athletics Club
- 2015 to date – Successfully organized and ran football and athletics coaching clinics for children of ages 6 to 15 annually in December.
- 2015 to 2018 – Successfully organized and hosted the My Maun Experience breakfast run (12km) and cycling competitions annually in December.
- World Athletics CECS Level 2 Sprints and Hurdles – Zimbabwe
- World Athletics CECS Level 2 Middle and Long Distance – Zimbabwe
- World Athletics CECS Level 1 – Zimbabwe
- ASA level 2 coaching certificate – BOLAND
- 110 Hurdles men – Kemorena Tisang – 13.92
- 400m Hurdles men – Victor Ntweng – 49.80
- 100m men – Letsile Tebogo – 9.91
- 800m women – Oratile Nowe – 2:03.65
- WORLD RECORDS
- Men’s U20 100m – Letsile Tebogo 9.91