The 14th edition of the Tropicale Amissa Bongo Cycling tour officially kicks-off on Monday January 21, in Gabon. The seven lap tour of some 998km would see the participation of some ten African countries and five cycling (France, Italy and South Africa) clubs from abroad all guning for the final victory. Prominent among title contenders are Rwanda who have amongst their cyclist, last years tour winner Joseph Areruya. Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Erythrea and of course the European clubs are not to...
One of the challenges Cameroonian cyclists have been confronted with during major international cycling competitions, according to Bruno Eloumou, Secretary General of the National Cycling Federation, are time trial and closed circuit races (in the Single and team categories), a real test of speed and endurance. Against this backdrop, the Federation have organized local competitions to upgrade the capacities of riders in these aspects.\r\n\r\nIn November and December 2018, time trial and cl...
Ninety riders, representing twenty countries (with ten from Africa), will be on the starting line of the 19th Tropicale Amissa Bongo international cycling race that kicks-off in Bongoville, Gabon on Monday, 20 January 2019 at midday. For seven straight days, the cyclists will cover seven laps estimated at 998 kilometres.\r\n\r\nThis year’s race, organisers say, will be the most spiced-ever since its debut in 2006. Not only will the peloton visit the two extreme ends of Gabon, it will...
Last round African qualifiers for the Senior Men’s Basketball World Cup billed for China in 2019 will be disputed this weekend in Angola. Cameroon Basketball Lions in camp in Nairobi, Kenya since Monday, 26 November arrive Luanda this Thursday, 29 November. The team Coached by Bouwe Gilles confront hosts Angola on Friday. Cameroon take on Morocco on 1st December.\r\n\r\nEgypt are the Lions’ third andlast opponents on Sunday, 2nd December. The national men’s team must win ...
Réparties en deux groupes de cinq, ce sont 10 nations qui prendront part à ce périple congolais. Logées dans le groupe A, les Lionnes indomptables du hand seront face à la Tunisie, la Côte d’Ivoire, le Sénégal et l’Algérie. Du 06 au 16 décembre prochain, la Coupe d’Afrique des Nations de handball féminin se déroulera à Brazzaville. Objectif : détrôner l’Angola.
136 judokas from 23 countries around the world will take part in the African Judo Open taking place in the nation’s capital this weekend. This tournaments counts for the qualification for the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020. The Green, Red and Yellow colours of Cameroon will be represented by some 61 Judokas in different categories. Me Kingue, President of the Cameroonian Judo Federation, told your magazine everything is set to welcome the athletes and team Cameroon will put in their best t...

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