Oshonaike Targets Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Nigeria’s  Olufunke Oshonaike is not giving up of her dream of setting a new continental record as the first African female athlete to attend seven Olympic Games. Since making her debut at the Olympic Games in Atlanta 1996 in United States, the 43-year-old has represented Nigeria at six Olympic Games and she is poised on

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Egypt Dominates Doubles Events 2018 ITTF-Africa Championship In Mauritius

From all indications, Egypt will cart home all the medals at stake in the doubles events after Dina Meshref and Ahmed Saleh defeated Nigeria’s Segun Toriola and Olufunke Oshonaike 4-0 to emerge as champions in the mixed doubles event of the 2018 ITTF African Championships holding in Mauritius.* Also in the women and doubles event,

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Colourful Opening Ceremony Takes Over At Africa’s ITTF Event In Mauritius

It was the rhythmic swaying of the hips to the pulsating rhythm of the Sega music that kick-started the brief but colourful opening ceremony of the 2018 ITTF African Championships holding in Mauritius. The table tennis family led by ITTF President, Thomas Weikert; CEO, Steve Dainton; Executive Vice President, Alaa Meshref; ATTF President, Khaled El-Salhy

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