Here are posts on Hanna’s “career” in Rhythmic Gymnastics in Namibia (click on head-lines, not on photos!):
Rhythmic Gymnastics National Championships – Group Dance
Hanna’s first national competition – group dance
Rhythmic Gymnastics National Championships – Level 1
Hanna’s first national competition – Level 1
Windhoek Rhythmic Club – Year End
Club show and rewards for 2013
Driving to Tsumeb for competitions
Hanna did well in Tsumeb and I think she learned a lot
Competing in the new “Blue Hall” in Windhoek
Windhoek Rhythmic Club Competition Level 1-3
Club competition with Hanna in level 2…
Walvis Bay Nationals – Level 1
Hanna competed in level 1 last year
National competitions at the coast – Level 2
Now this was Hanna’s level!
Walvis Bay Nationals – Level 3
Friends of Hanna were in level 3
Walvis Bay Nationals – Group dance
Hanna also competed in group dance where she was the lead in her group
Walvis Bay Nationals – Level 6 and 7
More advance dancers – one in Hanna’s school class!
Walvis Bay Nationals – High performance
They are really talented!
A show and rewards for 2014!
I will never forget this gymnast. Hanna Peterson Always in love with the sport
Thanks! And you are right. Hanna is still in love with the Rhythmic Gymnastics and she misses it – and you – terribly!
Please send me any news about Hanna
Hej Anders, my name is Johanna im from Namibia and now staying in Boxholm Sweden. I’m married to a Swedish, I would like to ask when you were in Namibia was your daughter learning Swedish in school , we have a soon 5 year old son and we are soon going back to Namibia we will stay there for few months, and I would like my son to continue learning Swedish so he can’t forget, I can speak basic Swedish I’m currently studying SFI for 6 months now.
We moved to Namibia 2011 when my daughters were 7 and 13 and we returned 2015. My daughters were of course already fluent in Swedish and we did speak Swedish at home (more and more mixed with English though…). My oldest daughter studied Swedish as distance-learning (grade 9) during her last year, which made it possible for her to continue studying Swedish as an A-language in Swedish high-school/gymnasium. This seems to be available only from grade 6. https://www.skolverket.se/skolformer/utbildning-utomlands/svensk-utbildning-i-utlandet/distansundervisning We used Sofia Distans: http://www.sofiadistans.nu/
In the old days Omaruru was a Swedish-speaking town but unfortunately those days are long gone. Today, I don’t think you will find any Swedish teaching in any Namibian school. Perhaps you can find a Swedish person who could give extra lessons? Here is another possibility but check how much it will cost! It is from 6 years old: http://www.svenskadistans.se/
May my childern join this team?
Aprilia, check it out here: