Africa highlights, AthleticsAfrica is ONE YEAR this week

Hello, a lot is changing in Africa. And athletics is one of them. Next months World athletics championships promises to be Africa's best yet.

Hurray! AthleticsAfrica.Com will be One-year-old on July 25th. Yes, it's been one year of hard work and perseverance, but we are happy to say today that we average 50,000 hits every month.

Here are round up of African athletics news today.

Kenyan athlete Jane Nyambura told The Standard reporter Omulo Okoth her ordeal in Italy where her Italian manager got her deported after exploiting and cutting her earnings.

This sad story depicts the travails of African athletes in the hands of dubious European managers, as they seek greener pastures abroad.

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Nigerian duo shine in Thessaloniki
Nigerian sprint champions Endurance Ojokolo and Uchenna Emedolu continued their good form on a rainy day at the IAAF Grand Prix II "THESSALONIKI 2005" Meeting in Greece.

African kids shine in Marrakech
African youngsters dominate at the 4th IAAF/Maroc Telecom World Youth athletics Championships in Marrakech, Morrocco.
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Zimbabwean court sends transvestite athlete to prison
Zimbabwean court jails a top athlete for four years for competing in female events, after the discovery that 'she' was a man.
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