Eto'o: Africa must believe and create means to win the World Cup

The former Cameroonian international Samuel Eto'o was awarded an honorary doctorate by the Lyon Business School for his work in his native county, Cameroon and in Africa.
Eliud Kipchoge
Kenya's champion marathon runner Kipchoge ready for Olympic comeback
Marathon world record holder Eliud Kipchoge has told SNTV that he still can perform at the highest level after his six-year unbeaten run ended in dramatic fashion with a career-low 8th-place finish at last year's London marathon.
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Burkinabé Tour du Faso cycling race back after pandemic hiatus
The Burkinabé government decided Wednesday that the nation's flagship cycling competition Tour du Faso will take place from October 29th to November 7.
Double Olympics 800 metres champion Caster Semenya on her way to winning the South African championships 5,000m title in Pretoria.
Semenya wins 5,000m race, but falls short of Tokyo qualifying time
Double Olympic 800 metres champion Caster Semenya moved closer to qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Games in a new event after defending her South African championships 5,000m title in Pretoria Thursday.
Dennis Onyango
Uganda national team captain Onyango retires
The captain of Uganda’s national football team Dennis Onyango Monday announced his retirement from international football.
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Football planet: AC Milan, Bayern Munich and NWSL
The weeks go by and look the same for Franck Kessie and AC Milan, who won against Parma this Sunday
Addo represented Ghana at the 2006 World Cup
Meet Otto Addo, the coach responsible for guiding some of Europe's brightest young footballers
Many footballers are unsure of their calling once they hang up their boots and Otto Addo was no different.