Qatar confirms first coronavirus case
Qatar has confirmed its first case of coronavirus, state media reported Saturday after a 36-year-old Qatari woman who was evacuated to Doha from Iran tested positive.
Australia and benefits of sports
Australia flagged off a new event for the decade. The maiden edition of the ATP Cup, with the banner
With love from Qatar
The first thing that hits you about Qatar from the sky is the immaculate and orderly arranged bright lights at night. This was the first thing I observed as the Qatar Airways flight began its descent into Qatar airspace. Here we go again with another progressive nation; was what I uttered as I was coming…
‘Low-cost infrastructure, regional cooperation to sustain aviation growth in Africa, others’
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), yesterday, said low-cost infrastructural development and regional cooperation would secure the future and growth of aviation in Africa and the Middle East region.
AFN probe panel submits report as athletes urge minister to make findings public
After one week of deliberations, the probe panel set up by the Sports Minister, Sunday Dare to investigate the unimpressive performance of Team Nigeria at the 2019 World Athletics Championship in Doha submitted its reports yesterday in Abuja.
Ese Brume: A crusade driven by destiny, propelled by ambition
Every epoch has its defining moments for men and women, who shape history, either for good or for bad. This, perhaps, captures the story of Cyprus-based ever-smiling Nigerian long jumper, Ese Brume, who against all odds, puts smiles on the faces of many Nigerians on the last day of competition at the 2019 IAAF World Championship in Doha.
Allyson Felix on breaking Bolt’s record 10 months after giving birth
Becoming the most successful athlete in World Championships history - as she did in Doha - would once have been all-consuming for Allyson Felix. The past 12 months have changed her beyond measure.
Hassan makes it double gold in Doha
Sifan Hassan surged to her second gold medal of the World Championships with victory in the 1,500 metres yesterday, shrugging off the doping controversy that had...
Athletics has problems but reformer Coe pivotal to solving them, experts say
Athletics could have done without the swathes of empty seats in Doha and the four-year ban for high-profile coach Alberto Salazar that exploded in the middle of the World Championships.