Boxing officials at Rio 2016 banned from Tokyo 2020 Olympics
None of the 36 referees and judges used at the Rio 2016 boxing competition will be allowed to officiate at Tokyo 2020, an International Olympic Committee task force has said.
Documents reveal Africa gave 2016 Olympic, Paralympic Games to Brazil
New documents released in Brazil have revealed how officials working for Rio 2016 lobbied in Africa in the late stages of their successful bid to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Oshomah wants administrators to do away with ‘politics of bitterness’
For years, Oshomah has contributed to the growth of the nation’s sports, particularly in weightlifting, which he has ruled both as an athlete and as a coach.
Siasia gives NFF ultimatum over unpaid salary
Nigeria's former U-23 coach Samson Siasia has told the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to pay him his five months outstanding salary within two weeks.
Minister can’t declare state of emergency in sports—Ka’Oje
A former Minister of Sports, Bala Ka’Oje, has said that the incumbent Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Solomon Dalung, has no right to declare `state of emergency’ in the sector.
I spent my money to save Nigeria’s Olympic team, says Mikel
Chelsea midfielder, John Obi MIkel, who recently returned to London from a successful Rio 2016 campaign, was brutally honest about the extent of the problems he faced at the games.
Why Team Nigeria performed poorly in Rio, by Dalung
What appears another major controversy over the employment of German tactician, Gernot Rohr, to manage the Super Eagles cropped up yesterday following a declaration by Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung, that he knew nothing about the deal.
‘38 per cent of targeted cyber attacks involve firms’ employees’
The Kapersky report showed that 28 per cent of all Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks and 38 per cent of targeted cyber-attacks involve skilled, knowledgeable and often either disaffected compromised or just plain greedy employees.