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Angolan prodigy shines in golf and takes the country's flag to new horizons

Angolan Noah Hoffmann Kiximba has revealed himself to be a golf prodigy, a sport in which he has stood out. It was at the age of eight that Noah discovered his passion for this sport, through his father, also a player of this sport. From then on, the little Angolan never stopped taking shots and is currently a promising player in this sport in South Africa.

: Facebook Ministério da Juventude e Desportos Angola
Facebook Ministério da Juventude e Desportos Angola  

"From the first shots on the Driving Range, Noah never stopped practicing and, today, he is already a promise in the world of golf in South Africa", says the Ministry of Youth and Sports, in a statement to which VerAngola had access.

Although his talent and dedication make him stand out and project him towards a "bright future" in golf, not everything is easy. The lack of sponsorship has limited its presence in competitions outside Africa.

"Noah (...) faces considerable challenges in competing outside the African continent, due to the lack of sponsorship", the note reads.

However, the Angolan does not let these difficulties get him down, remaining focused on learning.

This is where his parents come in, who "play a crucial role, working hard to balance the young person's school programs and other personal activities, and ensuring that he can live his childhood to the fullest".

According to the guardianship note, with a lot of effort, Noah's father obtained the Angolan flag, which the little golf promise "displays with immense pride in all the tournaments" in which he is present.

According to his father, this gesture is not only a symbol of his passion for the sport, but also of his pride in representing the country's colors: "This gesture symbolizes not only his love for golf, but also his deep pride in representing the his home country", pointed out his father.

"Noah Hoffmann Kiximba is an inspiring example of perseverance and passion for golf, and with the necessary support, he has the potential to become a star on the international stage", says the ministry, which adds that, on the other hand, he will continue to "shine in South Africa, demonstrating that talent and dedication can overcome many obstacles".

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