Sunday Oliseh Expressed His Excitement At Being Named A FIFA World Cup Technical Expert In Qatar.
Sunday Ogochukwu Oliseh, an Olympic Gold Medalist for Nigeria U23 in 1996, arrived in Qatar to prepare for his role as assigned by FIFA. The defensive midfielder of the Super Eagles, Sunday Oliseh, who featured in 54 appearances for Nigeria and scored two goals, is a certified member of the FIFA Technical Study Group, he was appointed by FIFA as a Technical Expert for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Check Out The FIFA The World Cup All-Time Winners
The FIFA World Cup is the second biggest sporting event in the world. It's second to the Olympic games which hosts a larger audience but that doesn't stop it from bringing its own thrills, drills and excitement. The FIFA World Cup has its own special feeling it brings as all football loving funs turn their attentions to watch the world biggest football competition.
Meet the fastest ladies on earth from Ethiopia.
Ethiopia as a country that has produced a lot of sports people in the world. There is a family in Ethiopia that is considered the fasters family on earth. This family consist of five beautiful ladies. The name of this family is the Dibaba sisters. The Dibaba Sisters from Ethiopia is by far the fastest family on earth.
“I Wanted to Punish Hearts of Oak Very Much” - Ghana Coach
Accra Great Olympics Head Coach, Annor Walker has stated his side's victory against Accra Hearts of Oak was played to protect the club's integrity in a city rivalry encounter. Walker, acknowledged Great Olympics needed to defeat Hearts of Oak in a home and away games to resurrect the ‘land owners’ pride which his side last achieved four decades ago.
Ghana’s Only Olympic Medalist Set to Make Professional Debut
Ghana’s only medalist at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Samuel Takyi, will make his professional boxing debut on April 15th. The 21-year-old will appear on former world champion, Ike Quartey’s Bazooka Promotions. Ike Quartey happens to be the trainer of the Samuel Takyi who represented Ghana at the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Featherweight.
Benjamin Azamati and Joseph Paul Amoah miss out of 100meters semifinal spots
Ghanaian couple, Benjamin Azamati and Joseph Paul Amoah, neglected to make the rundown of competitors to fit the bill for the elimination round of the 100m at the World Athletics Championships in Oregon. Azamati completed fourth in Heat 6, where he run close by Olympic boss, Andre de Grasse as well as Christian Coleman.
Team Ghana Fail To Progress To Semi Finals Of 2022 World Athletics Championship In USA
Ghanaian athletes at this year’s World Athletics Championship in United States of America have failed to make it to the semifinals of 100m. Benjamin Azamati and Joseph Paul Amoah put a good effort but that was not enough to propel them to the semifinals which consisted of the best runners across the globe.
Agyemang Badu Has Reacted To The Return Of Asamoah Gyan To Black Stars; Check It Out.
Agyemang Badu is one of the great footballers who played for the national team, Black Stars of Ghana, and Udinese. For the past weeks, Asamoah Gyan has been training vigorously in order to be fit and play for the national team once again in the upcoming FIFA World Cup.
The story of how Ghana's jersey got missing at 2004 Olympic games before a match with Italy.
The black Meteors of Ghana was one of the most cherished national teams. I will share with you how the team jersey got missing at the 2004 Olympic games. The Meteors were the first African Team to win a medal (bronze) at the Olympics Football in Barcelona 1992.
#ThrowbackThursday: Samuel Takyi, The Youngest Ghanaian Athlete To Win A Medal After 29 Years.
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Astonishing Zion Clark breaks Guinness World Records as the fastest guy on two hands.
Zion Clark, a 2016 Washington High School alumnus and wrestler and track star born without legs, currently holds the Guinness World Record for the quickest 20-meter run on hands. The world record for the quickest human on two hands in a 20-meter run is now held by the former Washington High athlete turned motivational speaker.
Benjamin Azamati finishes 4th behind Olympic champion Andre De Grasse at Diamond League debut
National 100m record holder, Benjamin Azamati, finished 4th on his Wanda Diamond League debut in Oslo on Thursday evening. Azamati who had previously ran 9.90s, 9.96s, and 9.86s earlier this season finished fourth in 10.15 seconds behind Andre De Grasse of Canada, Reece Prescod of Great Britain and Akane Simbine of South Africa.
Meet Serena Williams, World's Most Famous Female Tennis Player
Serena Williams is an American professional tennis player who has held the top spot in the Women’s Tennis Association rankings numerous times over her stellar career. American professional tennis player Serena Williams has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles and several Olympic gold medals. Serena Williams, who has been wowing us all with her skill, power and athleticism since she first became number 1 in women's tennis in 2002.
The drastic slump of Ghana football
Ghana was touted as a football nation with the paragon of footballers emanating from the incredible West African nation. In spite of the phenomenal deftness of the players and the manner in which they played, the world referred to it as Brazil of Africa. Ghana football has seen successes in laurels across several tournaments such as winning the AFCON four times, U17 two times, U20 once in 2009, A bronze at Barcelona 1992 Men's Olympic football tournament etc.
Caster Semenya brands African games pioneers 'defeatists' over DSD position
Double cross Olympic and three-time title holder Caster Semenya has marked innovators in African sports "weaklings" for neglecting to battle back for female competitors who are confronting qualification issues. The 31-year-old is banished from contending in her favored 800m race by World Athletics' disparities of sexual turn of events (DSD) rules presented in 2019.
World Athletics Championship: Paul Amoah and Benjamin Azamati fails to qualify
Ghanaian duo, Benjamin Azamati and Joseph Paul Amoah failed to make the list of athletes to qualify for the semifinal of the 100m at the World Athletics Championships in Oregon. Azamati finished fourth in Heat 6, where he run alongside Olympic champion, Andre de Grasse as well as Christian Coleman.
Russian figure skater doping case: Will Olympic justice be served?
A choice is normal Monday in the doping instance of Russian professional skater Kamila Valieva who affirmed Sunday at an allure hearing. Will she be permitted to in any case contend at the Beijing Olympics? Figure skater Kamila Valieva testified by video at an appeal hearing that will decide if 15-year-old Russian star can in any case contend at the Beijing OIympics regardless of a progressing doping case.
First Nigerian Wins Gold And Breaks The World Women's 100m Hurdles Record
The Eugene, Oregon 2022 World Athletics Championship has come to an end with Nigerian's Tobi Amusan breaking the world record for Women's 100m Hurdles in an amazing time of 12:12 seconds. The previous record of 12.20 was set in 2016 by American Kendra Harrison. The 25 years old ran the new record in the Semi-final before winning the gold for her country in a recorded time of 12:06.
Homeless Man Attacks Volleyball Player Who Won Silver at the Olympic
Kim Glass claimed that as she and a friend were leaving lunch, a homeless man with "hateful eyes" attacked her and brandished a metal rod at her. The Olympic athlete needed stitches, but her vision will not be permanently impaired. Olympic silver medallist Kim Glass shared a shocking video of the abuse she endured on the streets of Los Angeles at the hands of a homeless guy.
Sir Mo Farah reveals he was trafficked to the UK as a child
Sir Mo Farah was brought to the UK wrongfully as a kid and compelled to fill in as a homegrown worker, he has uncovered. The Olympic star has told the BBC he was given the name Mohamed Farah by the people who flew him over from Djibouti. His genuine name is Hussein Abdi Kahin.