August 13

  • Gambia: Olympic House Reopened

    Daily Observer

    The Gambia has called off an international Youth and Sports Summer camp in neighbouring Senegal for fear that the participants could be exposed to the risk of the highly contagious... Read more »

  • Gambia: Olympic House Re-Opened

    The Point

    Olympic House the secretariat of the Gambia National Olympic Committee (GNOC) has been re-opened by the Gambia National Sports Council (NSC), after a four-month closure. Read more »

August 12

August 11

  • Algeria: 2014 Youth Olympic Games - Algerian Delegation Takes Off for Nanjing

    Algerie Presse Service

    The Algerian delegation took off Monday for Nanjing to participate in the 2nd Youth Olympic Games which will take place from 16 to 28 August in the Chinese city. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Gumel Seeks Preparations for Rio Olympics

    Daily Independent

    International Olympic Committee (IOC) member, Habu Gumel has commended Team Nigeria for the superlative performance it posted at the just concluded Commonwealth Games in Glasgow ,... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Siasia, Ikpeba, Thrill Fans As Special Olympics Nigeria Games Begin

    This Day

    President, Lagos Country Club, Kayode Munir, (middle), presenting trophy to Winner of the Club Players Men Category, Haniel Hadison, , at the final ceremony of the 10th Annual... Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibia Off to Youth Olympic Games

    New Era

    Namibia on Friday jetted out a strong contingent of 30 athletes to represent the country at this year's Youth Olympic Games, starting 16-28 August in Nanjing, China at the Nanjing... Read more »

August 10

August 09

  • Zimbabwe: Team Zim Off to Youth Olympics

    The Herald

    Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Andrew Langa says recent performances by young athletes should spur the national team as they set off for Youth Olympic Games slated for Nanjing,... Read more »

August 08

August 06

  • Nigeria: Special Olympics Nigeria Lauds Coca Cola


    The board of directors of Special Olympics Nigeria has lauded Coca-Cola Nigeria for adopting the Unified Soccer Initiative that brings together an equal number of athletes with... Read more »

  • Kenya: Gicharu Eyes Rio

    The Star

    Commonwealth Games bantamweight bronze medallist Benson Gicharu has now set his sights on the Rio Olympics in 2016. Read more »

August 05

August 04

August 01

July 31

July 30

  • Nigeria: Glasgow'll Prepare Athletes for Rio Olympics, Says Nesiama

    Daily Independent

    Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) Technical director Navy Commodore Omatseye Nesiama has said the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Glasgow is expected to get Nigeria's athletes... Read more »

July 29

  • Nigeria: Commonwealth Games Federation Queries Nigeria

    Premium Times

    The Commonwealth Games Federation, CGF, has queried the Nigeria Olympic Committee, NOC, over the inconsistency in the use of jerseys by Nigerian athletes at the ongoing... Read more »

  • Namibia: Jacobs Eyes Rio 2016

    New Era

    Woody Jacobs believes he is the right man to guide Namibia through the qualifications for the 2015 All-Africa Games and the 2016 Rio Olympics Games as he takes over the reins of... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Amalaha Targets Rio Olympics Gold


    Chika Amalaha, Nigeria's 2014 Commonwealth Games weightlifting gold medallist, said in Glasgow, Scotland that her target was to win at the 2016 Olympics scheduled for Rio de... Read more »

July 28

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