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Abeokuta City Marathon

1 Nov 2019
A total of 40 foreign athletes have arrived in Nigeria for the maiden Abeokuta City Marathon, organisers of the event confirmed yesterday. The 10km race, which will see over 6,000 local athletes from different parts of the country competing for honours will hold tomorrow morning.
31 Oct 2019
Organisers of the maiden Abeokuta City Marathon are still battling to accommodate the over 6,000 athletes, who have stormed the city ahead of Saturday’s 10 Km race.
26 Nov 2018
Abuja and Abeokuta have joined the latest cities to catch the bug of marathon in the country, an official said. Olukayode Thomas, head of media, Lagos City Marathon, who made the disclosure on Sunday, said that the culture of international marathons and road races revived by Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State in 2016 was…

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