Athletes from nine African countries will participate at the 3rd MoC Grand Prix

For the first time in the history of MoC Grand Prix, there will be an international flavour to the competition, as nine countries in Africa have all confirmed their participation for the two-day event in Lagos.

This spread of countries confirmed for the competition, underlines the far-reaching acceptability that the Grand Prix has now attained since its first edition was staged in 2018 at the Sports complex of Yaba College of Technology.

Almost a thousand athletes will compete in different Track & Field events, making the Grand Prix one of the most eagerly anticipated competitions on the continent this year.

Kenya, Mali, Senegal, Togo, Cameroon are some of the countries with representatives coming to Nigeria to take part in the Third MoC Grand Prix next week, and with Olympic qualification on the horizon, it would surely be a cracking competition to savour.

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Athletics coverage was a discovery, having to move away from regularly writing about Football. Although it was initially daunting, but now being an authority in it makes the past effort worthwhile. From travelling on the same international flight with Nigerian athletes, to knowing you could easily interview: World Record holder Tobi Amusan, then Ese Brume, I have cut my teeth in this beat earning the trust of Athletics sources. Formerly the Content Manager-Sports at Ringier media Nigeria, Chris is a Senior Sports writer, Photographer & Community manager at Making of Champions.


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