Lagos Open Tennis: Players’ registration ends September 13
Futures 4 will hold from September 30 with qualifying matches.
IAAF Continental Cup: 16 Nigerian athletes set to represent Africa
South Africa has 20 athletes listed.
Nadal withdraws from Cincinnati Masters for extra rest
The U.S. Open starts on August 27 in New York.
Nadal stops birthday boy Tsitsipas in Toronto final
The Spaniard sealed the opening set in 34 minute.
Table Tennis: Aruna Quadri makes history to win first Nigeria Open Title
Quadri had to dig deep to battle to a 4-2 victory against Frenchman Antione Hachard.
African Championships: Athletes depart Asaba after big show
Country delegates express satisfaction with the organisation of the competition.
Asaba 2018 Ends: Nigeria wins three more gold medals, third overall
Team Nigeria had a total medal haul of nine gold, five silver and five bronze medals.
Tennis: Sakkari continues dream run to reach Silicon Valley final
The 23-year-old will face Romanian Mihaela Buzarnescu who reached the final by beating fourth seed Elise Merten.
Asaba 2018: Gold-winning athlete targets Okagbare’s record
Chukwuma was part of the country’s 4×100 women’s team that won gold at the ongoing championships.
Asaba 2018: Semenya wins 400m, Nigeria’s Ajayi places third
South Africa’s Semenya won the race with a time of 49.96 seconds.
Asaba 2018: Amusan, Chukwuebuka win gold for Nigeria
The victory means Amusan has now qualified to represent Africa at the IAAF Continental Cup
Asaba 2018: Nigeria’s Udo-Gabriel through to 100m final, speaks on chances for victory
“I am happy to be in the finals of the 100m here in Asaba.”
Nigeria, South Africa, others battle as African Athletics Championships begins in Asaba
Nigeria’s Seye Ogunlewe and Ogho-Oghene Egwero are expected to make impact in Asaba.
Team Nigeria wins 105 medals at Africa Youth Games
Weightlifting provides the richest haul of a total of 18, comprising 12 gold, five silver and one bronze medals.
Nigerian players depart for World Badminton Championship in China
The championship holds between July 30 and August 5
Nigeria set to host maiden Africa Freestyle Football championship
The best 16 in the male category and eight in the female category will compete in the finals.