Olusoji Adetokunbo Fasuba is a Nigerian sprinter who specializes in the 100 metres. He is the current African record holder in the event with 9.85 seconds, thus making him the fastest African of all time. Olusoji Fasuba, fastest African, who bid ... The Nation Nigeria, 1 month ago
by Aduratomi Bolade For some curious reason we have become used to low or at best average performance Nigeria has become a synonym for mediocrity Whether in governance education or sports Even in religion where we have some of the most celebrated ...Uncova, 1 month ago Team Nigeria at Rio Olympics: The tale of a wobbling giant Newsroom.ng, 1 month ago ANALYSIS: Old tunes on replay as Nigeria takes back seat at Rio Uncova, 1 month ago Nigeria: Analysis - Old Tunes On Replay As Nigeria Takes Back Seat At Rio AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago
With Team Nigeria's poor showing at the just concluded Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, the call for the return of the scrapped National Sports Commission (NSC) continues to increase. Sports buffs believe the official bottleneck in the Ministry ...The Nation Nigeria, 1 month ago
The 2016 Olympics have begun in Brazil with Nigeria making its 16th appearance at the Games. Idris Adesina takes a look at the country's journey in past Olympics and its achievements Nigeria has participated in every Olympic Games — except the ...Nigeria Punch, 1 month ago
He has been threatening to run a really quick time all year long, but a hamstring injury at the South African championships hampered Akani Simbine's progress this year. But on Monday night at the Gyulai István Memorial in Budapest, Hungary, ...South Africa Star, 2 months ago
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