Here’s the full schedule of ALL Team Nigeria Athletes competing on DAY 8 (April 12th) at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. You can catch this LIVE on SuperSports (Channel 231,232, 233 and 234), OR follow Making of Champions on any of our social media platforms for LIVE TWEETS on Twitter and POSTS on Facebook throughout the day.


2:20am – Women’s 100m Hurdles Round 1 – Heat 1- Tobi Amusan (Lane 2)

2:27am – Women’s 100m Hurdles Round 1 – Heat 2- Grace Ayemoba ( Lane 6) vs Danielle Williams (Beijing 2015 World Champion)

10:30am – Gold Medal Event – Women’s 400m Hurdles Final- Glory Nathaniel (Lane 7)

10:45am – Gold Medal Event – Men’s 400m Hurdles Final- Rilwan Alowonle (Lane 2) vs Kyron McMaster (2017 Diamond League winner) & Nicholas Bett (Beijing 2015 World Champion)

Table Tennis

1.05am – Men’s TT6-10 Singles Group Stage- Temitope Ogunsanya vs Ross Wilson (England)

1.40am – Women’s TT6-10 Singles Group Stage- Faith Obazuaye vs Stephanie Chan (Canada)

4.55am -Men’s Singles Round of 16- Aruna Quadri vs Xue Jie Pang (Singapore)

7:30am- Men’s Singles Round of 16- Segun Toriola vs Sathiyan Gnanasekaran (India)

8.55am – Men’s Doubles Round of 16-  Aruna Quadri/Segun Toriola vs Choong Javen/Leong Chee Feng (Malaysia)

9:35am- Men’s Doubles Round of 16- Bode Abiodun/ Olajide Omotayo vs Paul Drinkhall/Liam Pitchford (England)


1:30am – Women’s Freestyle 53 kg Group A- Bose Samuel vs Babita Kumari (India)

1:30am – Men’s Freestyle 57 kg 1/4 Final – Ebikewenimo Wilson vs Viorel Etko (Scotland)

1:30am – Women’s Freestyle 76 kg 1/4 Final- Blessing Onyebuchi vs Katouskia Pariadhaven (Mauritius)

8:00am – Gold Medal Event – Men’s Freestyle 74kg Gold Medal- Ebimienfaghe Assizecourt

8:00am – Gold Medal Event Women’s Freestyle 53kg Nordic- Bose Samuel vs Carissa Holland (Australia)

8:00am – Gold Medal Event Women’s Freestyle 53kg Nordic- Bose Samuel vs Diana Weicker (Canada)

8:00am – Gold Medal Event Women’s Freestyle 53kg Nordic- Bose Samuel vs Deepika Dilhani (Sri Lanka)

Deji is one of the leading Athletics journalists in Nigeria as he possesses a deep passion for PR and branding athletes. He has extensively covered a wide range of sporting competitions, both within and outside Nigeria, with a particular focus on showcasing African Sports Stories. In addition to his journalistic prowess, he is well-versed in Sports Management and Marketing.


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