August 2016

Nigerian Table Tennis player Segun Toriola may be 42 years of age, but he has no plans to retire anytime soon and wants to participate at the next Olympic Games in four years’ time. Toriola was honoured at Rio 2016

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The Rio 2016 Olympic Games has ended but the scintillating performance of Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri made one of the major highlights listed by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF). In the Rio 2016 Wrap Up published at the weekend on

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After being officially inducted into the 7’ Club at the Olympic Games, the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has described Nigeria’s Segun Toriola as a global brand that deserved honour by the world table tennis ruling body. Speaking at the

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Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri has again set another continental record after the 2014 ITTF Star Player became the first African to play in the quarterfinal of the men’s singles at Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Quadri, a quarter-finalist at the Liebherr 2014

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As Africa’s only survival player in the men’s singles of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri caused one of the biggest upsets after beating Chinese Taipei’s Chuang Chih-Yuan 4-0 to advance to the fourth round of the competition.

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The legendary performance of Segun Toriola at the ongoing Rio 2016 Olympic Games came to a glorious end on Sunday August 7 after the record making African was edged out by Japan’s Niwa Koki in the men’s singles event of

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It was not a good day for African players competing in the women’s singles of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as most of them were shown the exit in the first round of the competition. In the preliminary it was

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When Aruna Quadri announced himself to the world in 2014, nobody ever considered the Nigerian to rub shoulder with the world’s best. But his performance at the 2014 ITTF World Cup in Dusseldorf, Germany, earned his global accolades that also

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