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Nigeria’s Simi Adeagbo becomes Africa’s 1st Female Skeleton Athlete at Winter...

Nigeria will be represented in two events at the forthcoming Winter Olympic Games tagged PyeongChang2018 – the women’s Bobsled and the women’s Skeleton event,...

Nigeria’s Female Cool Runnings for 2018 Winter Olympics!

When the 2018 Winter Olympics taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea commences, Nigeria could have its first ever team at the Games as the...

Bolt clocks 10.05s in first 100m race of 2016

World Record (WR) holder Usain Bolt competed in his first race of the season, winning the men's 100m with a time of 10.05s at...

Gloria Asumnu wins at Texas Meet

Gloria Asumnu last weekend won the women's 100m at the Tom Tellez Invitational held at the Carl Lewis International Complex in the University of...
Rio 2016

Ngozi Onwumere runs new PB in the 200m at Mt Sacs...

Nigeria's Ngozi Onwumere is steadily improving in her 200m, running a new Personal Best of 23.22s (+1.1) at the Mt Sacs Relays in California,...
2015 African Games, Rio 2016 Olympics

Ngozi Onwumere & Regina George win in Texas!

Ngozi Onwumere and Regina George had good outings at the San Antonio Cardinal Invitational in Texas, competing in two races apiece and finishing with...
Rio 2016 Olympics, 2015 AAC

Tobi Amusan & Stephen Mozia shine at Texas Relays!

Oluwatobiloba Amusan further underlined what a star she is becoming as she won the women's 100m Hurdles title at the just concluded Nike Clyde...

Cecilia Francis places 4th in the 60m at Jablonec Indoor Gala!

Nigerian sprinter, Cecilia Francis continued her chase for qualification for the forthcoming IAAF World Indoor Championships by competing in the Jablonec Indoor Gala in...
Rio 2016 Olympics, AAC 2016

Top 6 Nigerian Sprinting Rivalries in 2016

It will be remiss of us to examine the world's top 5 sprinting rivalries and top 6 African athletics rivalries that could spark up a...

Kenya smashes Championship Record to win men’s 4x400m in Brazzaville!

The Kenyans are beginning to hold their own in the sprints, and there was no better way of showing that they meant serious business...
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