Olympic Sprinter Speaks to Upper School Class

March 15, 2021

Ngozi Asinga, a sprinter who was the first woman to represent Zambia in the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics, joined junior and senior students from Mark Rickard's Sports, Exercise and Health Science classes on March 10 via Zoom from Lusaka, Zambia.  She answered their questions about her physical and mental preparation for the Olympics.  After attending college in the U.S. and living in Atlanta for 30 years, Ngozi returned to Zambia to open Go-Go Fitness, where she is a pioneer in bringing fitness and health to Zambian women.  She is also a good friend of Francesca Mulazzi, the Head of Upper School at SGS.  Watch the 25-minute Video of the students insightful questions and Ngozi's thoughtful answers!