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Igali secures Commonwealth wrestling post

Igali secures Commonwealth wrestling post

Idris Adesina  Nigeria Wrestling Federation president Daniel Igali has been elected as one of the three vice-presidents of the Commonwealth Wrestling Board after polling 19 out of 22 votes. The election held at the General Assembly of the board at the just-concluded Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. Canada Wrestling Federation president Don Ryan […] …

Commonwealth Games: SWAN faults Dalung

The Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) on Tuesday said Nigeria’s performance at the XXI Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast could have yielded better results if the right things had been done. Following a review of Team Nigeria’s performance in Gold Coast and in comparison with earlier appearances, SWAN faulted the position of the Minister […]
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I wanted to break C’ Games record – Amusan

I wanted to break C’ Games record – Amusan

Idris Adesina Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Tobi Amusan has said her target was to break the Games’  record in Australia. Amusan ran  12.68secs ahead of Jamaica duo Danielle Williams and Yanique Thompson to win the women’s 100m hurdles to  become the  first  Nigerian gold medallist in the event at the Commonwealth Games. […] …

Aruna Quadri settles for silver on final day of Commonwealth Games

Nigeria’s table tennis player Aruna Quadri settled for silver medal on the final day of Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. Singapore’s Gao Ning, who suffered shattering defeats in the 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games, beat Aruna 11-7 11-8 5-11 3-11 11-9 11-5 in the men’s singles final to collect his second table tennis gold of […] …

Nigeria wins more medals at Commonwealth Games

Nigeria wins more medals at Commonwealth Games

Nigeria registered its name at the podium of XXI Commonwealth Games by winning silver and bronze in women’s 4X100m and 4X400m relays at Carrara Stadium on Saturday. In the 4×400 metres, Nigeria finished second with a time of 3:25.29 behind Jamaica’s 3:24.00 while Botswana came third finishing with 3:26.86. In the keenly contested final, England […] …

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