Usain Bolt's response to "Gatlin Made a Mistake"

Nigerian Reporter tells Usain Bolt he won because “Gatlin made a mistake” – Watch what happens next!

So Nigeria may have had a World Championships to forget in coming back home with no medals, but that doesn’t mean that we (Making of Champions) did not have a blast in Beijing, as the first and only Nigerian media company to send both a videographer and photographer to the World Championships in Athletics! We interviewed

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(R-L) Christine Day, Jackson, Chrisann Gordon - Jamaica

Jamaica not worried about Nigeria in 4x400m Final!

Making of Champions caught up with three of Jamaica’s 4x400m women’s quartet, Christine Day, Shericka Jackson and Chrisann Gordon, who safely navigated their way to the 4x400m Final on Sunday (Aug 30) by finishing second behind Nigeria in their Semi-Final on Saturday (Aug 29) in a time of 3:23.62 to Nigeria’s 3:23.27. With fellow World 400m

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Tosin Oke blasts Athletics Federation on lack of support and owed money!

After finishing 8th in the men’s triple jump final at the World Championships in Beijing with a jump of 16.81 metres on Thursday night (Aug 27th), Nigeria’s Tosin Oke did not mince words on his feelings about the current state of affairs within Nigerian Athletics. From decrying the decision to take the National Championships to

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Doreen Amata

Doreen Amata sails through to High Jump final with perfect scorecard!

Nigeria’s Record Holder in the women’s High Jump, Doreen Amata on Thursday joined an exclusive list comprising of the likes of Olympic champion and World Leader, Anna Chicherova in qualifying for the final of the event which comes up on Saturday. The seven-time National champion secured a slot in the final with a clean slate,

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Nigerian born Bahraini athlete, Abbas Abubakar Abbas didn't make it to the final.

My blood was green but now it’s red – Abass on switch from Nigeria to Bahrain!

In what has been perhaps our hardest-hitting interview from the ongoing World Championships in Beijing, Nigeria-born Abbas Abubakar Abbas, who switched nationality to compete for Bahrain over 2 years ago, speaks candidly on his belief that Nigeria’s Athletics Federation (AFN) ‘must change’ the way it treats it’s athletes, else the best talents will continue to seek greener

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The Gwangju stadium where the 2015 World University Games is being held

Nigeria fails to progress from the Relay Heats at World University Games

It has been a Championship to forget for Nigeria at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea, as the country’s teams failed to qualify for the finals of the men’s 4x100m and 4x400m relay races. The Nigerian quartet of: Simon Oshasha, Ayotoluwa Agusto, Chukwuma Onyeaku and Peter Tega Odele, competed in heat 1, finishing

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