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Warri/Effurun Peace Marathon

13 Nov
Nigerian runners have stepped up preparations for the 2021 Warri/Effurun Peace Marathon. It will hold on November 27 in Warri, Delta State.
31 Mar 2019
Emmanuel Gyan and Rose Akushe yesterday emerged winners of the 2019 Warri/Effurun Peace Marathon held in Warri, Delta State.
29 Mar 2019
All is now set for the 2019 Warri/Effurun Peace Marathon billed for tomorrow in Warri, Delta State. Over 3,000 elite athletes and fun runners registered to participate in the 10km race billed to start at the Airport Road junction....
2 Mar 2018
Warri and environs are set for the third edition of the Warri/Effurun Peace Marathon with citizens rallying support to ensure the event comes to a fitting success tomorrow morning.
27 Feb 2018
The Head of Technical for the 2018 Warri/Effurun Peace Marathon, Seigha Porbeni has assured that all hands are on the deck to ensure a successful, peaceful and well-organized race this weekend.
22 Apr 2017
As preparations reach fever pitch for the Warri/Effurun Peace Marathon, athletes in the Niger Delta region are poised to deny the national elite runners the right to the win top prizes in the race billed for April 29 in Warri.


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