British Nigerian Rugby player, Oghenemaro Miles Itoje fondly called Maro Itoje was a part of the English Rugby team that defeated France on Sunday to lift the Autumn Nations Cup trophy.
It is yet another record breaking event for Africa at the just concluded Valencia Half Marathon held on Sunday in Valencia, Spain.
It is common knowledge that male and female athletes from the Eastern part of Africa have a stronghold on long distance running in athletics championships and games.
Creating and setting records have become the new normal for Nigerians, especially those in the diaspora. Across every field of human endevours, Nigerians make their presence known.
Retired Senegal International, Papa Bouba Diop has passed away after a protracted illness. He died in France on 29 November 2020.
What is better than the inclusion of an African in the five man shortlist for male athlete of the year? The answer lies in the female category as three Africans – Ethiopian Letesenbet Gidey, Kenyan Peres Jepchirchir and Sifan Hassan have been included in the finalist for the female athlete of the year.
Youssoufa Moukoko has set a record for being the youngest professional player to play in the German Bundesliga.
Record breaking Ugandan, Joshua Cheptegei has been announced to be part of the five – man shortlist for Male World Athlete of the Year 2020, emerging the only African in the coveted list.
Former South Africa International, Anele Ngcongca, passed away on Monday following a car crash. He died at the scene of the accident while the driver is in critical condition at the hospital.
Just this year, Adedoyin Olayiwola Adepitan was included in the Power list of the 100 most influential Black British people.