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19 Feb 2018
South Africa’s Greco-Roman coach, Matheus Geldenhuys has described Nigerians as the most-friendly people he has ever come across in the continent. Geldenhuys led South Africa to the just concluded African Wrestling Championship held at the Alfred Diete-Spiff Civic Centre in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. It came tops in the cadet freestyle, where it won two…
11 Feb 2018
Team Nigeria yesterday added additional 15 medals to its medal haul to put up a satisfactory performance at the on-going African Wrestling Championship in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
9 Feb 2018
Nigeria proved its readiness to maintain its position as the continent’s leader at the on-going African Wrestling Championship when two of its athletes picked gold medals at the on-going African Wrestling Championship.
8 Feb 2018
Nigeria's Sunmisola Idowu Balogun yesterday booked her place in the semifinal of the women cadre, while Damilola Gabriel Fayolemi qualified to compete for the bronze medal at the on-going African Wrestling Championship holding at the Alfred Diete Spiff Civic Centre, Port Harcourt.
7 Feb 2018
Today in the magnificent Alfred Diete Spiff Civic Centre, Port Harcourt, wrestlers from 25 African countries will begin a journey to write their names in gold. It is the African Wrestling Championship, which has pulled the best matsmen from across the continent to the remodeled Civic Centre. The wrestlers will battle for 270 medals, comprising…
6 Feb 2018
African wrestling referees will be back to school to boost their knowledge of the sport today and tomorrow in Port Harcourt.
1 Feb 2018
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has assured participants in the forthcoming African Wrestling Championship that they would experience a hitch-free event, saying the venue, the Alfred Diete Spiff’s Civic Centre, is in top shape to host the continent’s number one wrestling fiesta. The venue of the five-day continental fiesta has been in preparation for the…
23 Jan 2018
The Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the Port Harcourt 2018 African Wrestling Championship has disclosed that the nation would be represented by 90 athletes at the competition scheduled to hold from February 5 to 12 at the Alfred Diete Spiff Civic Centre in the Garden City. The LOC also revealed that more than 30 countries…

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