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Elizabeth Anyanacho

26 Jul
Elizabeth Anyanacho suffered a blow in her quest for an Olympic medal in the early hours of Monday against a much matured and experienced double Olympic medallist, Nur Tartar of Turkey. Tartar showed class and applied experience winning 12 - 7 against the Nigerian debutant who proved that the future belongs to her with a…
16 Jul
Thirteen years after Chika Chukwumerije won a bronze medal in the taekwondo event of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, 22-year-old Elizabeth Anyanacho, who is the first woman taekwondoist
26 Feb 2020
Sports Minister, Sunday Dare has applauded Elizabeth Anyanacho, who is the first Nigerian woman to qualify for taekwondo in 16 years and second ever woman taekwondo Olympian following her qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Games.
20 Mar 2017
With just two athletes, the Chika Chukwumerije Sports Foundation (CCSF) won two medals at the Dakar International Taekwondo Open, which held on March 17 and 18 2019 at the Ndiaye Stadium, Dakar Senegal.


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Quadri Aruna of Nigeria and Truls Moregard of Sweden in action during the men's singles quarterfinal match of the 2021 ITTF World Table Tennis Championships at George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. (Photo by AFP)Quadri Aruna is out of the ITTF World Table Tennis Championships Finals after losing to Sweden’s Truls Moregard in…
17 mins ago
Novak Djokovic and Nikola Cacic lost a dramatic deciding tie-break in their doubles rubber as Serbia suffered a shock defeat by Germany in the Davis Cup Finals, while Daniil Medvedev helped the Russian Tennis Federation to an opening win.
26 mins ago
The Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC) and Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) have signed a N2.5 billion Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the hosting of this year’s Zuma Film Festival (ZUFF).
31 mins ago
The Embassy of Ireland, has called for the creation of more spaces for Nigerian women and girls to thrive in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
37 mins ago
The Rotary Club of Abuja, Gudu, has observed that most children are not immunised against hepatitis virus at birth due to use of traditional birth attendants.