Gifty Nnaji Wins Amnesty International 2024 National Human Rights Debate

Gifty Nnaji, a student of Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State has emerged overall winner of Amnesty International 2024 National Human Rights Debate.

Abdul Korede of the University of Ibadan emerged the first runner-up while Enebechi Joel of Enugu State University of Science and Technology emerged the second runner-up.

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2024 Last Chance Qualifier: Alaba Akintola Wins 100 And 200 Meters Race Events

Alaba Akintola has won the 100 meters and 200 meters race events at the final of the 2024 Last Chance Qualifier in Georgia.

He clocked a Season’s Best (SB) of 10.08 seconds (+1.2) to win the men’s 100 meters final, beating Ronnie Baker who was second in 10.14 seconds and Ameer Webb in 10.20 seconds.

He returned to the track for the 200 meters, running away with the win in a time of 20.40 seconds (+0.3) ahead Ameer Webb in 20.60 seconds and US Indoor Champion Brian Faust in 20.66 seconds.

2024 NCAA Championships: Temitope Adeshina Sets New National High Jump Record

Temitope Adeshina has become the first Nigerian woman in history to scale a height of 1.97 meters in high jump, in the final at the 2024 NCAA Championships in Eugene Oregon USA on June 9, 2024.

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2024 USATF NYC Grand Prix: Favour Ofili Wins 100 Meters Race Event

Favour Ofili has won the women’s 100 meters race event at the 2024 USATF NYC Grand Prix, clocking a time of 11.18 seconds (-2.1).

She defeated a stacked field that included Olympic Champion Elaine Thompson-Herah who was eight in 11.48 seconds and Gabby Thomas, fourth in 11.34 seconds.

2024 USATF NYC Grand Prix: Udodi Onwuzurike Wins 100 Meters Race Event

Udodi Onwuzurike has won the men’s 100 meters race event at the 2024 USATF NYC Grand Prix, clocking a time of 10.24 seconds (-0.7).

He held off the charge of Kendal Williams in 10.25 seconds. PJ Austin was third in 10.26 seconds, while Fred Kerley who lined up to run, eventually walked away from the start line after issues with his blocks.