Showing posts from January, 2005

Back from Glasgow meet

Hey peeps, just came back from Glasgow to watch Tosin Oke triple jumped for Great Britain at the Norwich Union International. Though, 15.80 wasn't too fantastic, but Nigeria could use him:-))

Enfield & Harringey's Hakeem Ogunyemi was in Birmingham meet today as well. A pre-season second placing 7.8ish in 60m is something to work on before the AAA in Sheffield next month.

Berhane Adere (Ethiopia) won the 3000m in 8:37.91. Youssef Baba (Morocco), lost a well-timed sprint in the 1000m to Briton James McIlroy.

Yeah, got to go to bed now. check out the main site for cool videos - just uploaded.


Writers needed on African athletics website

Hectic day. couldn't write much today. guess i have to get more writers.

By the way, a new star has been born in South Africa, he is Godfrey Khotso Mokoena, the World Junior Triple Jump champion. More about him later, but watch out for him at the Absa series in Potchefstroom on February 4th.

Hey guys, freelance writers are wanted on the website. do contact the Editor.

Got to go to sleeep now. Katch ya'll,

Finally done it!!!

Yep, after months of procrastination, i've finally set this thing up. I created this as the African athletics marketplace. A forum for spreading the good tidings and instigating the much needed development of track and field in Africa. I hope you will follow my musings and thots as I zig-zaged all over Europe this indoor season to see the cream of African talents in their efforts to win laurels for their respective countries. You can also make your contributions and lets know you if you are an African athlete out there competing. Your story is worth our while. For more news, check Well, so long for now. looking forward to read your posts soon. Y.