Sometimes I think of competing for another Country, says Oduduru
Oduduru had qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games in both the 100m and 200m events after ruling the collegiate circuits last year. He was looking forward to making a bold step in Tokyo before the Games was moved to 2021 due the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Nigerian athletes who could break Fasuba’s 14-year-old African record
For 14 years, the African record of 9.85 seconds set by former Nigerian sprinter, Olusoji Fasuba, at the Doha Grand Prix has remained unbroken despite several efforts by some young sprinters to lower it.
Team Nigeria celebrates as Enekwechi hits shot put final
For the first time in seven days, Team Nigeria’s camp came alive yesterday at the on-going 2019 IAAF World Championships in Doha, as the country’s sole representative in the men shot put event, Chukwuebuka Enekwechi....
Ministry recalls AFN technical director over 100 metres fiasco
The Sports Ministry has recalled the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) Technical Director, Sunday Adeleye from the on-going IAAF World Championships in Doha...
AFN under fire over Doha 2019 IAAF World Championships list
While other countries are putting finishing touches to their teams for the forthcoming IAAF World Athletics Championships, Nigeria is suffering from integrity issues with five days left for the event in Doha.
Okagbare, others insist on training grants for foreign-based athletes ahead African Games
Nigerian sprinter, Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteguonor and other foreign-based athletes want the sports ministry to settle their training grants before the commencement of the 2019 African Games in Rabat, Morocco.
Oduduru emerges NCAA male athlete of the year in USA
Nigeria sprinter, Divine Oduduru has emerged as the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Male Athlete of the Year in the United States of America. Oduduru, who hails from Ughelli, Delta State, has also been nominated for the Bow man award....
Divine Oduduru Says He Prefers Texas Tech To Nigeria
If the name Divine Oduduru does not ring a bell, "i never experred it" would. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B1tw95KOCM Nigeria's Divine Oduduru who currently holds a record in the US as the NCAA 100m champion and a nominee of the Bow Man award has revealed to the public, that his preferred home base is the US. In a recent…
Oduduru goes pro after NCAA win
NCAA double champion, Divine Oduduru, has announced that he is turning professional. "Your beginnings will seem humble, so prosperous will your future be." Job 8:7 NIV Thank you , these last few years have been filled with opportunity & memories. Now I've decided to pursue my career at the professional level," wrote on his social…
Now’s the time for Divine Oduduru to go pro
Two personal bests at the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas, have placed Divine Oduduru on the world stage as one of the top athletes to watch ahead of the World Championships in Doha. Winning the sprint double in world leading times means that the 22-year-old Delta State native is no longer a hidden gem but…