Lagos Women Run
Participants want equal treatment for all at Lagos Women Run
Participants at the just concluded fourth edition of the 10-kilometre Lagos Women Run have commended the organisers of the event for the opportunity the race afforded them to know their fitness level..
Caren, Osobajo applaud participants at Lagos Women Run 2019
Impressed by what is best described as a show of resilience, passion and determination by participants at the 2019 Lagos Women Run, winner of the race, Kenya’s Kenya’s Cheptoeck and leading gaming company in Nigeria
Kenyan wins Lagos Women Run as Njoku emerges veteran champion
Kenya's Cheptoeck Careen and officer of Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, Bayelsa State Command, Genevieve Njoku, yesterday emerged winners in the Open and Veteran categories of this year’s fourth edition 10 kilometres race of the Lagos Women Run
We are committed to Lagos Women Run 2019, Osobajo assures runners
Participants in Saturday’s Lagos Women Run will experience an atmosphere conducive for them to display the best of their ability, the major sponsor of the competition has promised.
Over 13,000 aim for victory at Lagos Women Run
Over 13, 000 women, who have registered for the 2019 Lagos Women Run, believe they can get something out of the race, which holds on Saturday.
Akusho sets new Lagos Women Run record
Rose Akusho from Plateau State at the weekend broke the existing record and set a new race record in the 2018 edition of the Lagos Women Run, when she erased the earlier record set by Fadekemi Olude in 2016. Olude’s record stood at 40 minutes 30: 24 seconds over 10 kilometres. To break the record,…
Bet9ja joins Lagos Women Run
Sport betting outfit, Bet9ja yesterday signed a sponsorship agreement with the organisers of the Lagos Women Run, which holds on November 10. General Coordinator of the Run, Tayo Popoola said at the unveiling of the main sponsor that Bet9ja’s sponsorship cuts across several aspects of the Women Run, adding that the sponsorship will go a…
Olamide dethrones Olude at Lagos Women Run
Olamide, who was last year’s runners up, won the race in 41:04:66. Her closest rival and defending champion, Fadekemi Olude, finished second with a time of 41:53:05, while Faustina Ogbu, settled for the third spot in 43 10 98.