IAAF World Championships
Ese Brume saves Nigeria’s blushes, wins bronze medal
Nigeria's long wait for a medal at the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar, ended yesterday with Cyprus-based Ese Brume winning the bronze medal in the long jump event. It was a day Nigeria went to the championship hoping for two medals as 100 metres hurdler, Tobi Amusan...
Nigeria picks 25 athletes for IAAF World Championships
Nigeria will feature 25 athletes at the upcoming World Athletics Championships scheduled for Sept. 27 to Oct. 6 in Doha, Qatar, reports the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
Brume, Okagbare begin medal chase in long jump
As the World Athletics Championship enters its sixth day, attention of many sports-loving Nigerians will be focused on two athletes, Blessing Okagbare...
Nathaniel qualifies for 400m hurdles semifinals, Oke not good enough
On a day Nigeria’s big hopes in the 400 metres women race failed to make the final of the event, Glory Onome Nathaniel chose the tracks of London to announce her arrival among the big girls in world athletics.
Osheku leads Nigerian coaches to IAAF world conference
Tony Osheku, one of the most successful coaches Nigeria has ever produced, is at the head of a three-man Nigerian delegation to the third IAAF Coaches Conference, which began yesterday on the sideline of the 16th IAAF World Championships in London, United Kingdom.
Nigerian athletes begin quest for medals
The 16th IAAF World Championships flagged off yesterday in London, but for Team Nigeria, today marks the beginning of activities as reigning Commonwealth queen of the track Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteguonor steps into the Olympics stadium for the 100m race with great expectation.
Bolt swansong dominates London worlds
Usain Bolt's decision to call time on his glittering career will dominate the IAAF World Championships in London that starts Friday.
Track king Bolt eyes final hurrah
Sprint superstar Usain Bolt will seek a final golden hurrah when he takes to the track at the IAAF World Championships in London this week.