Following the New York Diamond League, results for the Diamond Race contest is Out!!!

Yemi Olus’ Pacesetters team maintains its position as our league leader after bagging 1023 points ahead of Trailblazer’s 945  points, Kingsley Aliu’s Khisso team overtakes Top Sprinters to come third with 913 points. Interestingly, Yemi Olus’s Pacesetters team came second worldwide in the New York Diamond League. Congratulations Yemi!!!


If you have not joined the League yet, see all the instructions you need to join here  as you have the chance to play for Day 8 which happens at the Paris Diamond League on July 4th!

The overall leader across the whole world after Day 7 still remains Tobias Burkhardt’s Team on 1128 points.

The first 3 in the MoC League all time are  MoC Staff – Yemi who is one of our Senior Writers at MoC finished tops and another MoC Senior Writer Christopher is in second place, while a fan of MoC Kingsley Aliu overtook Bambo who is our CEO/Founder to come third. Nearly all the 10 MoC Staff teams ranked highly in the 45 teams in the MoC League, but there were actually 12 players who scored zero points on Day 7, as they failed to pick any athletes for their teams before the deadline for New York on Saturday!

AIRTIME WINNERS for #DiamondRaceContest DAY 7

There will be ₦3,000 Airtime available to the public each Diamond League Day, so who were the Top 3 finishers on Day 7 in the MoC League who are not MoC staff, and how will the Airtime be shared?

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1st – Musa Deji’s Team – 138points
2nd Edwin Peter’s Team – 127 points
3rd – Attah Innocent i’s Team – 120 points

The prizes for the Top 3 are ₦1500, ₦1000 & ₦500 Airtime respectively, to a phone number of your choice within Nigeria. To redeem your Airtime, please email [email protected] with your name, team name, phone number and network to send the Airtime, and also your facebook, twitter and instagram names so that we can tag you whenever we announce the results and you’ve won!

Ensure you follow Makingofchamps on Social media for fresh updates for the next Diamond League.

For those who missed picking the 9 athletes on their team for Doha, Shanghai, Eugene, Rome, Birmingham, Oslo and New York, another opportunity is here! There are 14 Diamond League Days altogether, so there is still plenty of time to catch up and WIN the fantastic merchandise on offer to the public at the end of the Diamond League if you can claw your way back and finish among the Top 3 players by September!

Good luck all, as we cross our fingers for the next meet!

Funmi Fameso is a Junior Sports Writer at Making of Champions. She is a 2012 Graduate of Lagos State University, where she obtained a BSc in Microbiology. She worked as a Health Centre Laboratory Assistant during her NYSC year and since then she has worked as a Junior Sports Writer for her church’s youth magazine, Kingsword Youth Club Magazine. It was watching the Sydney 2000 Olympics that ignited her passion of sports, most especially Athletics. Sports means three things to her: Passion, Hard Work and Dedication!


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