United States-based long jumper, Joseph Edafiadhe, is still disappointed about not being included in Nigeria’s contingent to the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
The Federal Government will host members of Team Nigeria’s contingent to the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on September 15, the Ministry of sports has disclosed.
The 2022 Commonwealth Games has come and gone. Winners have emerged, records broken and new ones have been set. The games in Birmingham came to a close with Australia topping the table with 178 medals.
The first batch of Team Nigeria athletes to the just concluded Commonwealth Games in Birmingham was, yesterday, given a heroic welcome by the Federal Government on their return...
This year’s Commonwealth Games, tagged Birmingham 2022, has, no doubt, provided residents with the opportunity to come out en masse to support both the government and athletes.
The Vice-Chancellor of the Lagos State University (LASU), Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, has congratulated Islamiyat Yusuf, a student of the institution, for winning a bronze medal in weightlifting for Nigeria at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
Sports minister, Sunday Dare, has dismissed as ‘fake news reports that a British sportswear manufacturer had to answer a Save Our Soul (SOS) call from Nigeria’s Commonwealth team over kits.
In today’s sports, Nigeria’s male team seem to have taken the back seat, allowing the women to dominate the stage. From football to athletics, male competitors are no longer the force they used to be in major sporting events.
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