Here’s the full schedule of ALL Team Nigeria Athletes competing in DAY THREE (Tuesday August 12th) at the African Athletics Championships, Marrakech 2014. Unfortunately this is not being shown in Nigeria, as SuperSports only have the rights to show the European Championships, which is happening simultaneously…

Never mind – Follow Making of Champions’  LIVE TWEETS,  POSTS and INSTAGRAM throughout the day as we bring you all the Action LIVE & DIRECT from the Grand Stade de Marrakech – stay tuned!

Men’s 110 Hurdles

6.15pm: Heat 1 – Alex Al-Ameen (NGR No.2, Africa No.2) vs Lyes Mokddel (RSA, Africa No.1)

6:22pm: Heat 2 – Tyron Akins (NGR No.1, Africa No.3) and Martins Ogierakhi (NGR No.3, Africa No.5) vs Othman Hadj Lazib (ALG, Africa No.4)

Women’s 400m

6.30pm: Final – Folashade Abugan (NGR No.1, Africa No.2)  Patience Okon George  (NGR No.2, Africa No.3) & Ada Benjamin (NGR, Africa No.9)


Kabange Mupopo (ZAM, Africa No.6) and Maureen Jelagat (KEN, Africa No.7)

Men’s 400m

6.40pm: Final – Noah Akwu (NGR No.2) vs Isaac Makwala (BOT, Africa No.1), Wayde Van Niekerk (RSA, Africa No.2), Pako Seribe (BOT, Africa No.3), and Boniface Mucheru (KEN, Africa No.4)

Men’s 400m Hurdles (NGR vs RSA!)

7.00pm: Final – Chris Morton (NGR No.1, Africa No.5) and Miles Ukaoma (NGR) vs

Cornel Fredericks (RSA, Africa No.1), L.J Van Zyl (RSA, Africa No.3)

Women’s Long Jump

7.25pm: Final – Ese Brume (NGR No.1, Africa No.2) and Chinazom Amadi (NGR No.2, Africa No.4)

Women’s 4x100m Relay

9.05pm: Final – Nigeria (Africa No.1) vs Ghana, Benin, Cameroun, Senegal, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia and Kenya

Men’s 4x100m Relay

9.20pm: Final – Nigeria (Africa No.2) vs Angola, Seychelles, Kenya, Algeria, Ghana, Senegal and Cameroun (Africa No. 1 South Africa not on the start list!)

Bambo Akani is the Founder and CEO of Making of Champions (MoC). He is an avid sports writer and photo-blogger, and has quickly become an internationally recognized Athletics Expert. He appeared in a new weekly Athletics segment on the Sports Tonight Show on Channels TV during the 2014 Athletics season and has also appeared on Jamaican Television and Radio to discuss the MoC "The History" Film that he Produced and Directed, and to review and analyse key events in world athletics.Bambo holds an MEng and BA in Chemical Engineering from Cambridge University in the UK and an MBA from Kellogg School of Management in the US.


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