Liberian sprinter Phobay Kutu-Akoi narrates to us exclusively on AthleticsAfrica.com her neglect by the Liberian Athletics Federation and her 48-hours of hell en-route to the African Championships in Durban, South Africa.
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Lucy Mutisya is backing Kenyan javelin sensation, Julius Yego, to surprise many at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China from August 22-30, 2015.
Nigeria and African fastest woman, Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteguonor, wishes new Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari and new Delta-State governor Arthur Okowa Ifeanyi well on their inauguration into office.
Carvin Nkanata rise to prominence proves one thing: If taken seriously and supported by AK, Kenya can enjoy greater success in sprinting, writes Lucy Mutisya
Will Athletics Kenya be able to uphold the suspension of the two athletes’ agents, Federico Rosa of Rosa Associati and Gerard Van Dee Veen of Volare Sports, with little or no evidence against them at this time? asks Evelyn Watta.
IOC President calls for sport to be included in UN Sustainable Development Goals during speech at UN headquarters on Wednesday April 15, 2015.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach announces that the IOC will launch a free, online education service aimed specifically at Olympians, other elite athletes and their coaches.
In furtherance of it’s Olympic Agenda 2020 to protect clean athletes, the IOC launches whistle-blower hotline for competition manipulation and other ethical issues that threaten the integrity of sport.
Today marks a decade that AthleticsAfrica.Com website went live. 10 years of supporting and promoting Athletics in Africa. Happy Anniversary to us and a big thanks to all our supporters over the years.
The emergence of Kemi Adekoya in Bahraini colours at the IAAF Diamond League in Doha, Qatar last Friday shows there’s no end in sight to the talent drain of African athletes.
AthleticsAfrica.com supports the first International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP 2014) taking place worldwide today, April 6, 2014.