Rio 2016, African Athleticcs Championships

Wilfried Koffi claims 200m title at World University Games

Ivory Coast's Wilfried Hua Koffi on Friday won the GOLD medal in the men's 200m after running 20.41s, his Season's Best (SB) at the...

Taylor upstages Pichardo with Diamond League Record to win in Lausanne!

A number of upsets rocked the Field events at the Lausanne Diamond League and at the top of the list was the duel between...

Gatlin beats Powell, Gay @ Lausanne Diamond League!

USA’s Justin Gatlin has fired warning shots ahead of next month’s IAAF World Championships after beating World No.2, Asafa Powell and countryman, Tyson Gay...

Okagbare is 4th with 6.66m as George finishes 6th @ Lausanne...

Blessing Okagbare-Ighotegunor made a return to the Long Jump with a 4th place finish at the Lausanne Diamond League; her leap of 6.66m is a...

Akani Simbine smashes University Games Record to claim 100m title!

It was a Thursday to remember for South Africa's Akani Simbine, who equalled his country's 100m Record and twice broke the University Games Record (UR)...
2015 World University Games

Omolara Omotosho qualifies for 200m semis at the World University Games

Nigeria's Omolara Omotosho has qualified for the semifinal of the women's 200m at the ongoing World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea, finishing 3rd...

Patience Okon George runs fastest 400m by a Nigerian since Falilat...

2014 World Relay Bronze medallist, Patience Okon George on Sunday ran a Personal Best (PB) of 50.76s to win at the Resisprint meeting in La...

Nigeria bungles World University Games entry as all but one athlete...

The Track & Field schedule at the World University Games (Jul 3rd–14th) in Gwangju, South Korea started on Wednesday July 8th, but unfortunately none...

Pichardo, Taylor rekindle rivalry at Lausanne Diamond League!

Two of the biggest names in Triple Jump history, Pedro Pablo Pichardo of Cuba and USA’s Christian Taylor, are set for a rematch at...
British Championships

Athletes of Nigerian origin dominate British Championships!

They bear Nigerian names, but Nigeria could only wish that some of these athletes competing for Great Britain would have been doing so in...