February 26

  • Zimbabwe: Special Olympics Zim Appeal for Help

    The Herald

    SPECIAL Olympics Zimbabwe has appealed to the corporate world for assistance to raise funds for their trip to Los Angeles, in the United States later this year for the Special... Read more »

February 25

February 20

  • Guinea: U.S. Olympian Helps Guinean Girls Jump Ahead [document]

    State Department

    American Ron Freeman won gold and bronze medals in track at the 1968 Summer Games in Mexico City. But the former Olympian says his greater legacy is the youth fitness and mentoring... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Are Olympic Wildcards of Any Use?


    While Rwanda is a shining star on the continent when it comes to socioeconomic development, over the past two decades the country has failed to achieve any tangible success on the... Read more »

February 19

  • Liberia: IOC, LNOC Embark On Ebola Awareness


    The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Olympic Solidarity in collaboration with Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC) have embarked on Ebola awareness exercise in... Read more »

February 17

February 16

  • Angola: Olympic Committee Marks 36th Anniversary


    The Angolan Olympic Committee (COA) will conduct various activities including the meeting with journalists on Saturday in Viana, Luanda, under the 36th anniversary of the... Read more »

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January 31

  • Uganda: Meet Uganda's First Olympic Snowboarder

    Independent (Kampala)

    Brolin Mawejje hopes to become the first Olympic snowboarder from Uganda, a country that has no snow. The 20-year-old pre-med student is the star of Far From Home, a documentary... Read more »

January 30

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January 26

  • Kenya: Okwiri Falters

    The Star

    Kenya's welterweight Rayton Okwiri stumbled in his bid to qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio after losing the 69kg inaugural title match to Turkish Onur Sipal in Baku, Azerbaijan... Read more »

  • Rwanda: No Wild Cards for 2016 Rio Olympics, Habineza Warns

    New Times

    SPORTS minister Joseph Habineza has said that athletes who receive wild cards will not be allowed to compete at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil slated for August 5-21. Read more »

January 25

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