Wednesday, 7th December 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search
Breaking News:

Athletics

26 Aug 2016
Details have emerged of what Kenya’s Sports Minister, Hassan Wario, said when he disbanded the country’s Olympic committee.
25 Aug 2016
Nigeria’s female long jumper, Ese Brume, reaped the reward for hard work yesterday in Lagos, after emerging the country’s best track and field athlete at the just concluded Rio Olympic Games.
25 Aug 2016
For long, Okagbare had abandoned the long jump event to focus on the sprint, where she failed to go beyond the semi-finals in Rio. She was part of Nigeria’s 4x100m relay, but with no meaning impact as they finished last in the final.
24 Aug 2016
A crowd-funding campaign has raised more than $40,000 (£30,000) to help Ethiopia’s Olympic marathon silver medallist Feyisa Lilesa seek asylum.He crossed his hands above his head as he finished the race...
23 Aug 2016
Russian competitors remained banned from next month's Rio Paralympics after the country lost an appeal Tuesday against a suspension issued over a vast, state-run doping programme.
23 Aug 2016
Great Britain's triumphant Olympic team returned home on Tuesday when a gold-nosed aircraft brought home a host of athletes clutching gold, silver and bronze from the Rio Games.
23 Aug 2016
The Somali-born British runner intends to end his track career following next year’s World Championships
22 Aug 2016
Detained former Olympic Council of Ireland chief, Pat Hickey, will appear before a Brazilian judge today as part of an investigation into black market ticket sales, IOC president Thomas Bach has said.
20 Aug 2016
Usain Bolt brought the curtain down on his Olympic career with a record-equalling ninth gold medal, anchoring Jamaica to relay glory in a perfectly scripted 'triple-triple' finale.
20 Aug 2016
This love affair is rooted in my relationship with the country since I set out meandering through the mazy world of sports. It has been an incredible journey through some of the best and the worst periods in the history of the country.
19 Aug 2016
Slovakia's Matej Toth made a decisive break 2km from the line to add Olympic gold to his world title as he won the 50km race walk on Friday.
19 Aug 2016
US Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, who had falsely claimed he and three teammates were robbed in Rio, apologized Friday for his behavior, saying he should have been "more careful and candid" in explaining what happened.

Latest

40 mins ago
Ahead of the 2023 poll, a coalition of civil societies of Nigeria (CCSN) says it was incumbent on the judiciary to be impartial to safeguard democratic rule in the country.
45 mins ago
Many stories have been told about Nigeria’s culture and lifestyle. As home to millions of diverse people, Nigeria is very broad in terms of its climate, geography, vegetation, ethnicity, language, culture, and religion. Yet even with the underlying divisions that cut across Nigeria, there is one particular street food that serves as a string of…
46 mins ago
The Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Maj Gen Barry Tariye Ndiomu (rtd) has solicited the support of the Police high command in the recruitment of ex-agitators to its rank and file and officers' Corp.
51 mins ago
Brittle Paper has shared its 100 notable African books of 2022 list.
57 mins ago
An Argentine court on Tuesday sentenced Vice President Cristina Kirchner to six years in jail for corruption, banning the country's best-known politician from seeking public office after a trial she dismissed as a political witch hunt.