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Namibia : Mboma Wins Silver

  3/08 | [Namibian] CHRISTINE Mboma made history when she finished second in the women's 200m final to become Namibia's first female (...)

Zimbabwe : Vincent's Show At Olympics Hailed

  3/08 | [The Herald] ZIMBABWE Professional Golfers Association president, Tongo Charamba, has hailed Scott Vincent for his impressive show at (...)

Nigeria : Oborodudu Saves Team Nigeria's Blushes in Tokyo

  3/08 | [Daily Trust] The Minister of Sports, Sunday Dare has described Blessing Oborodudu as a blessing to Nigeria.

Namibia : And Still They Rise ... Olympic Final At the Age of 18 for Mboma and (...)

  3/08 | [Namibian] TWO countries have two athletes each in the 200 m women's final in the track-and-field competition at the 2020 Tokyo (...)

Nigeria : Team Nigeria Athletes to Tokyo Olympics Rough Diamonds - Dare

  3/08 | [Daily Trust] The Minister of Sports, Sunday Dare has said Team Nigeria is parading some of the youngest athletes at the ongoing 2020 (...)

Morocco : HM the King Congratulates Olympic Champion Soufiane El Bakkali

  3/08 | [MAP] Rabat -- HM King Mohammed VI sent a message of congratulations to Olympic athlete Soufiane El Bakkali, who won on Monday the gold (...)

Kenya : How Kenya Threw Away Rich Steeplechase Tradition

  3/08 | [Nation] In Tokyo

Kenya : Timothy Cheruiyot Leads Simotwo, Kipsang Into 1500m Semis

  3/08 | [Nation] In Tokyo

Namibia : Namibian Sprinters in 200m Final After Ban from 400m Event

  3/08 | [Namibian] NAMIBIA'S golden girls Christine Mboma and Beatrice Masilingi gave superb performances on their debut at the Tokyo (...)

Gambia : Gunjur Athletic Club Presents Certificates to Four Athletics Clubs

  3/08 | [The Point] Gunjur Athletics Club last Saturday presented certificates to four athletic clubs for their participation in their annual (...)

Nigeria : Oborududu On the Threshold of Winning Gold in Tokyo Today

  3/08 | [This Day] *Igali: "This feat is the result of 10 years preparations coming to fruition. If anyone deserves to win a medal here (...)

Nigeria : Dare Demands Athletes' Development Programme, Funding

  2/08 | [Daily Trust] For the umpteenth time, the Minister of Sports, Sunday Dare has declared that Nigeria urgently needs a private sector (...)
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