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27 Sep 2021
The seven-member committee set up by Sports Minister, Sunday Dare, to investigate the circumstances leading to the suspension of 10 Nigerian athletes from participating at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games...
8 Aug 2021
Nigeria's Tokyo 2020 Olympics medalists, Blessing Oborududu and Ese Brume, arrived to a rousing reception at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja yesterday.
7 Aug 2021
AFA Sports, the brand that provided kits for the country’s contingent to Tokyo, on Thursday celebrated ‘the Nigerian spirit as shown by the athletes at the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympics.’
5 Aug 2021
Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, has joined millions of Nigerians in congratulating his constituent, Ese Brume, who on Tuesday won a medal for Nigeria at the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
4 Aug 2021
Ten-time African champion, Blessing Oborududu, yesterday capped her illustrious campaign at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with a silver medal from the 68kg women freestyle wrestling...
3 Aug 2021
Nigeria Wrestling Federation President, Daniel Igali, has revealed that the successes recorded so far at the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympics by Nigerian wrestler, Blessing Oborodudu
3 Aug 2021
Nigeria’s dream in the basketball event of the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games came to a sad end yesterday when the women national team, D’Tigress, lost their third group game
2 Aug 2021
Nigeria’s chances of making the second round of the women basketball at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be determined by D’Tigress’ performance against Japan today.
30 Jul 2021
Former Africa’s Table Tennis legend, Bose Kaffo, has expressed disbelief over Quadri Aruna’s early exit from the table tennis event of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics...
29 Jul 2021
Contrary to expectations, Nigeria’s men’s national basketball team, D’Tigers, yesterday lost their second game at the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympics to Germany. The game ended by 99 points
29 Jul 2021
Team Nigeria may have run into troubled waters at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics following reports yesterday that 10 of the country’s athletes have been declared ineligible to compete
28 Jul 2021
Nigeria’s D’Tigers lost for the second time in a row in the Olympic men’s basketball tournament, going down to Germany 99-92 following a fourth-quarter collapse that made fruitless...

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