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Teqball World Championship Qualifier – Abia 2024 Gets New Date

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Joel Ajayi

The Nigerian Teqball World Championship Qualifier, initially scheduled for July 17th to 20th, 2024, has been rescheduled to July 10th to 13th, 2024.

This announcement was made by the Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee and Vice President of the Nigeria Teqball Federation, Mr. Ndudi Edede, on Friday, June 14th, 2024.

“This rescheduling has become necessary in compliance with the International Federation of Teqball (FITEQ) specifications. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused and apologize for any disruption to participants preparations”

The decision to reschedule the championship ensures alignment with FITEQ’s requirements. All tickets and registrations will be honored for the new dates, and participants and attendees are requested to update their calendars accordingly.

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International Cycling Union Grants Nigeria Two More Slots In Cycling Event

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Barely Two Days To The Start Of The Paris 2024 Olympics The International Cycling Union Has Granted Nigeria Two More Slots In Cycling.


This Is Contained In A Statement By The Worlds Governing Body, Uci Addressed To The Nigeria Olympic Committee And The Cycling Federation Of Nigeria.


This Means African Champion In Road Time , Nigeria’s Ese Ukpeseraye Who Is Nigeria’s Sole Qualifier In Cycling At Paris 2024 Will Now Compete In Two Track Events Keiran And Individual Time In Addition To The Road Time She Qualified For.


President, Cycling Federation Of Nigeria, Giandomenico Massari Who Confirmed The Development To Journalists on Wednesday Described It  As A Rare Opportunity.


Massari Noted That The  Development Will Brighten Nigeria’s Chances For A Podium Finish In The Country’s First Appearance In Olympic Cycling.


He revealed that, revealed that the Reigning National And African Champion Is In High Spirits And Relishing The Opportunity To Win Medals In Nigeria’s First Appearance In Olympics Cycling History.

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