The race for who will take the crown as the top player in the Fantasy Race Contest of the MoC 2019 League is gradually taking shape, as Abraham Ibironke’s Team braved the odds to emerge victorious in the Paris leg of the contest.

In a meet that witnessed the like of Noah Lyles, Tom Walsh and Will Claye all claiming Meeting Records (MR) in the French Capital, Ibironke took advantage of their performance to rack up 171 points in the race contest.

The victory saw him soar up the overall standings from 18th to 13th at the end of the meet.

Esther Micheal’s 168 points was enough for him to take 2nd in the French City as he continued to pile pressure on the overall standings leader Nnaji Micah.

WeRun’s Team owned by Jacob Ikponmwosa fought off competition from Team Trailblazers to take the 3rd spot for the second consecutive contest after notching up 163 points.

How the teams fared in Paris

AIRTIME WINNERS for #DiamondRaceContest DAY 12

There will be ₦3,000 Airtime available to the public each Diamond League Day, so who were the Top 3 finishers on Day 12 in the MoC League who are not MoC staff, and how will the Airtime be shared?

So, who were the Top finishers on Day 12 in the MoC League who are not MoC staff, and how will the Airtime be shared?

1st – Abraham Ibironke’s Team– 171 points

2nd – Esther Micheal’s Team -168 points

3rd- WeRun Team – 161 points

The prizes for the Top 3 are ₦1500, ₦1000 & ₦500 Airtime respectively, to a phone number of choice within Nigeria. If you are a winner and have not won our airtime before, kindly send an email with subject: “Airtime Redemption for #DiamondRaceContest” to [email protected]

Overall standings after Paris Diamond League.

 

 

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There are very few things in life that make me happy, but talking and writing Sports has to be at the top. I honed my broadcasting skills at the University of Lagos Radio Station and have free-lanced for platforms like Top Radio and Superscreen TV amongst others. Deji loves running commentaries on Football matches and Athletics, and is now a Junior Sports Writer at Making of Champions. He hopes to become a Sports Agent in the future.

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