National Sports Festival 2018: Osun, Delta win first gold medals
Ibrahim Olaitan was the heroine for Osun as she won gold after lifting 125 kg in the Powerlifting Event.
National Sports Festival 2018: Team Delta swimmer breaks 27-year-old record
The gold won by Okpochini opened the floodgates of medals for Team Delta on Saturday.
National Sports Festival (Day One Wrap): Bayelsa, Rivers lead gold rush
Gladys Tombrapa of Rivers got the gold medal in the women’s 200 metres cycling event.
National Sports Festival: Imo, Lagos win gold medals in female para-powerlifting
The athletes speak on their victory at the competition.
National Sports Festival opens in Abuja (Live Updates)
The last National Sports Festival was held six years ago.
Old Girls congratulate Queen’s College students for winning football tourney
The football team had earlier on, in the zonal stage of the competition (8th-18th November), clinched the South-West Zonal ticket, after defeating FGC Ijanikin 2 -1.
Nigeria’s Moses Peter wins African scrabble championship
Eleven Nigerian players were in the top 40 on the continent.
EPL Round-Up: Spurs overtake Chelsea after Derby win
Manchester City maintained their grip at the top with another comprehensive 0-4 trouncing of West Ham.
Zverev defeats Federer, Djokovic to win ATP Finals
Zverev has been billed as the player most likely to lead the sport into a new golden era.
Zverev stuns Federer to reach ATP Finals title match
Zverev is the first German to reach the final of the season-ender since Boris Becker lost to Pete Sampras in 1996.
Blue City v Red United: What colour will Manchester be on Sunday?
The two teams play different kind of football.
Over 2000 students participate in Lagos kids mini marathon
The Marathon, which was founded to encourage all-around wellness for Nigerian kids, featured kids between ages 5-15 years.
Sports Festival: Abuja National Stadium to be shut down next week
The closure is intended to put the stadium in a proper shape for the December National Sports Festival.
Wheelchair Tennis: Nigeria wins gold in doubles finals
Alex Adewale and Wasiu Yusuf won the doubles final with a comprehensive 6-1, 6-0 scoreline over Peter Naveh and Collins Omonde of Kenya.
Tennis: Djokovic marks return to world number one with Paris win
Djokovic extended his winning streak to 20 straight matches.
Family lay wreath after Leicester owner dies in helicopter crash
The Thai tycoon and four others were killed when his helicopter crashed, Saturday.
Ahmed Musa, Iheanacho & Ndidi mourn death of Leicester City owner
Srivaddhanaprabha bought Leicester in August 2010 for £39million and was named chairman in February 2011.
Table Tennis: Hungary, Nigeria set for cooperation
The competition had in attendance 78 players from 23 states of the federation, comprising 40 professionals and 38 veterans.
Students grumble as OAU reduces participation in West African University Games
WAUG is a two-week event scheduled to commence 0ctober 31. The 2018 edition will hold in University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT).
World number one, Halep, withdraws from WTA Finals
Despite withdrawing from Singapore, Halep is guaranteed to end 2018 as world number one for the second year in a row.
Boxer Alvarez signs N131bn deal, richest contract in sports history
Alvarez’s first fight under the contract will coincide with his move to super middleweight.