Staff Profiles

Mr Collar K. Mosimakoko

Mr Mosimakoko

Faculty of Education

Sports Science


Location: Indoor Sports Centre, 3029
Phone: 355 4577
Email Mr Collar K. Mosimakoko

Med-Physical Education (Sports Science), University of Botswana

Level II IAAF Sprints & Hurdles Coach


Worked as a Physical Education Teacher in various Junior Secondary Schools in Botswana, worked as a temporary full time lecturer for Sports, Recreation & Leisure at Francistown College of Technical & Vocational Education. Coached schools' Volleyball team and Athletics teams. Won Gold at the BISA national schools Volleyball boys Championships 2017 with Ithuteng JSS, Mochudi as a head coach. Won Bronze at 2017 Botswana Youth Games volleyball boys tournament with Kgatleng district as a head coach. Did have athletes which represented the country in BISA national teams, athletes doing Shot put, 400m and Volleyball.  He the joined the University of Botswana as a lecturer for Sport Science. Was a head coach for team Gaborone Athletics in 2019 December Botswana games and won several Gold medals, Silver medals and Bronze medals in different events. Qualified two sprint athletes (100m, 200m) to the World Junior Championships Nairobi, Kenya during 2019 Botswana Games. Currently a volunteer head coach for Lefika Athletics Club.   

Human Anatomy Applied to Sports & Games, Human Physiology Applied to sports & Games, Accident Prevention. 1st AID & Care of Sports Injuries, Prevention & Care of Sports injuries, Volleyball, Athletics, Physical Fitness Through Selected Activities

-Training effects on agility of elite athletes

-Physical Fitness Profiles of Elite athletes

-Strength and conditioning

Currently co-supervising two masters students

Kootshabe, K., & Onyewadume, I.U. (2018). Selected physical correlates of agility of agility in male A-division rugby league players. African Journal for Physical Activity and Health Sciences (AJPHES), 24(4), 537-548. (South Africa).


In pursuit of academic excellence