[Daily News]Arusha -ARUSHA will host a preparatory camp for the national athletics team, that will represent the country to the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in China, next March.
[Daily News]THE Kilimanjaro Marathon for the first time will see Tigo Tanzania partnering with other companies to hold the internationally-recognised charity event that seeks to raise funds for good causes, such as environmental conservation around Mt. Kilimanjaro.
[The Star]Runner endures hot sun to overhaul leader and claim Discovery half marathon title
[Shabait]Massawa -Five East African States will take part in the half marathon competition due to take place in Massawa port city on February 7 in connection with the Silver Jubilee commemoration of Operation Fenkil. The Eritrean National Athletics Federation indicated that athletes from Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Republic of Sudan and South Africa would participate in the competition.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Retired and current athletes led by 2008 Beijing Olympics 800m champion Wilfred Bungei have on Monday called for a boycott of the February 14 National Cross Country championships cum World Cross Country Trials if the Government does not move in to remove long-serving Athletics Kenya (AK) chairman, Isaiah Kiplagat from office.
[The Star]William Molel Sitonik from Bomet clinched the 2nd annual regional cross country championship at Kericho Teachers College on Saturday.
[ANGOP]Luanda -The internationalization of Sayovo Athletics Cup, established by the Ministry of Youth and Sports in 2005, must be well-pondered because it requires other kind of infrastructure, organization and financial means, said on Friday in Luanda, the secretary general of the Angolan Paralympics Committee (CPA), António da Luz.
[The Herald]THE National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe will hold their first track and field event this morning at the National Sports Stadium.
By Michael Pavitt
The English Institute of Sport (EIS) Sheffield and iceSheffield have become the latest high profile venues to be incorporated into the Olympic Legacy Park (OLP) project.
[Guardian]OFFICIALS of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) seem not bothered over the February 7 clash in date of two athletics events in the country, the Pastor D. K. Olukoya Youth and Junior Athletics Championships and the AKS/NNPC/MPN Schools Athletics Championships.
[Daily News]Moshi -PREPARATIONS for the Kilimanjaro Marathon scheduled to take place in Moshi on 1st March, this year, has gathered pace and the Kilimanjaro region authorities have pledged their support to the event due to its importance for the region's sports economic improvement and that of the nation as a whole.
[Times of Zambia]IN last week's edition of the column, motivation was highlighted as one of the most important aspects of success in sports as it defines and shapes the destiny of our athletes.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Athletics Kenya (AK) has banned disgraced female marathon star for two years for using banned blood boosting Erythropoietin (EPO) on Friday.
[Independent (Lagos)]The 5th edition of the Dr. D. K. Olukoya Athletics Championships will hold at the Teslim Balogun Stadium on February 6th and 7th, 2015 in Lagos .