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West African news and reports
The African Region Two Track and Field Championships, which holds this weekend in Makurdi, will be keenly contested following a record entry by nine West African countries.
The 2006 Commonwealth Triple Jump silver medallist, Otonye Iworima, has painted a gory picture of the state of facilities with which Nigerian athletes are compelled to train ahead of the Commonwealth Games slated for India in October.
Ogho-Oghene Egwero 100m triumph and Margaret Etim's successive 200m and 400m victories were the highlights of the 5th Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) Golden League meeting at the Dan Anyiam Stadium in Owerri, Imo State last weekend.
Ghana's youth triple jumper, Nyamedi Atsu won the only Gold medal for Ghana at the Zone 2 Africa Youth Olympic Qualifier in Dakar, Senegal.
Nigeria and Woodford Green's Tosin Oke turns up a man of the match performance of 17.05 metres in the men's Triple Jump at the first Premiership match in this season's British Athletics League, at the Barnet Copthall Stadium, Hendon, North London this evening.
Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare has secured her spot at NCAA Championships after qualifying automatically in her two events on day 2 of the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships West Preliminary yesterday in Austin, Texas.