Here’s the full schedule of ALL Team Nigeria Athletes competing on DAY FOUR (September 16th) at the 2015 African Games, Congo Brazaville. You can follow Making of Champions on any of our social media platforms for LIVE TWEETS on Twitter and POSTS on Facebook throughout the day.

Women’s Heptathlon (Long Jump and Javelin)

9:00 & 1035am – National Record holder Uhunoma Osazuwa, Oluwakemi Francis and Hope Idhe.

Women’s 200m (HEATS)

9:46am – Lawretta Ozoh (Heat 3).

9:54am – Ngozi Onwumere (Heat 4).

10:10am – Regina George (Heat 6).

Men’s 200m (HEATS)

10:24am – Obinna Metu (Heat 4).

10:32am – African Junior Champion, Divine Oduduru (Heat 5).

10:40am – National Champion, Tega Odele (Heat 6).

Women’s 400m Hurdles (HEATS)

5:00pm – National Record holder, Ajoke Odumosu (Heat 1).

5:08pm – National Champion, Amaka Ogoegbunam (Heat 2).

Men’s Pole Vault Final

5:10pm – National Record holder, Peter Moreno.

Men’s 400m Hurdles Final

5:20pm – Henry Okorie.

Women’s Long Jump Final

5:55pm – 2013 World Championships Silver medallist, Blessing Okagbare vs. Commonwealth Champion, Ese Brume and National Champion, Chinazom Amadi.

Women’s Discus Throw Final

6:45pm – National Champion, Claire Uke vs. Precious Ogunleye and Rebecca Famurewa.

Men’s 4x400m (HEATS)

8:25pm – Nigeria vs. Ghana


Pick of the Day

Women’s Long Jump Final.

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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!


  1. I’d say for the men’s 4x400m heats it’s a clear battle between Botswana and Kenya. Nigeria and Ghana would be lucky to leave with any medals.
    Nice to see Okagbare competing in the long jump again.


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