The best of Nigerian athletes will fight to book a place in the country’s team to the IAAF world championships and the All Africa Games when they meet, at the All Nigeria Championships starting in Warri from tomorrow.

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The best of Nigerian athletes will fight to book a place in the country’s team to the IAAF world championships and the All Africa Games when they meet, at the All Nigeria Championships starting in Warri from tomorrow.

For former world and Olympic champion, Maurice Greene says it will be a tough contest, as the top athletes are prepared to display their best performances in a bid to earn a place in the team.

 

The best of Nigerian athletes will fight to book a place in the country’s team to the IAAF world championships and the All Africa Games when they meet, at the All Nigeria Championships starting in Warri from tomorrow.

For former world and Olympic champion, Maurice Greene says it will be a tough contest, as the top athletes are prepared to display their best performances in a bid to earn a place in the team.

Some of the athletes participated at the Confederation Africa Athletics grandprix and Warri Relays last Friday and they didn’t give any hint about what to expect in the trials. They put up presentations, which did not even march their season’s best performances.

Speaking after the Warri Athletics Grand Prix, 100 m hurdler, Lindsey Wejinmi said she expects to do well in the world championship in Beijing.

Despite running below his target, 110m hurdler, Tyrone Akins is positive he can get better in the coming days.

 

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