NAW S2 EP4: The National Junior Trials and ensuing Team Nigeria’s absence in Algeria reviewed, National Senior Trials previewed and fresh AFN Elections announced

July 7, 2017

After the AFN election that saw a new president emerge, the Appeals Committee has come to nullify it and call for a new presidential election.


We also review the first ever AFN/MOC National Youth and Junior Champs that was held at the Abuja National Stadium. We then talk about Nigeria being unable to present a team in Algeria, the first time it is happening in ten years, despite us being defending champions from two years ago.


We also talk about the National Championships coming up from July 13th-15th. We dissect all the controversies from the list of invited athletes to the dates. Why isn't the likes of Seye Ogunlewe, Regina George and co not on the team? On the other hand we also talk about the inclusion of so many MoC athletes. 12 of them made the team this year as against just 2 who did last year


NAW S2 EP3 AFN/Dynamic Sporting Solutions meet & Marseille reviewed and upcoming AFN elections

June 9, 2017

Leading off with last weekend's AFN/Dynamic Solutions meet. Making of Champions' Joy Udo Gabriel ran two PBs to qualify for the African Junior Championships later this month. Also, another MoC athlete - Glory Nyenke attained qualification as well.


Samson Nathaniel and Yinka Ajayi also both qualified for the London World Championships. 

We also express our general outlook on the AFN/Dynamic Sporting Solutions meet which held in Abuja.


We then talk about Blessing Okagbare who ran an SB last weekend in Marseille, and looks like she would be one of the leading athletes expected at the Racers Grand Prix in Jamaica this weekend. Margaret Bamgbose also hit qualification for London 2017 at this same meet. 

Peter Moreno has broken the Decathlon National Record set by Lee Okoroafor since 2003, setting a new one (subject to ratification). 


We conclude by talking about the AFN elections next week, are there clear front-runners now? Listen to discover a new board member that has emerged.