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Morocco promises all guarantees in World Cup race against time

By Keir Radnedge, AIPS Football Commission Chairman


AIPS to launch new global Sport Media Awards in PyeongChang

PYEONGCHANG, February 18, 2018 – At the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, AIPS will launch a new international platform for the celebration of sport storytellers and development of sport media excellence. The AIPS Sports Media Awards will mark a new chapter in the recognition of the professionals who work tirelessly to make sport a global language, through its coverage, analysis and capture of key moments, images and characters. The Awards will be open to print and web journalists, radio and television reporters, photographers and videographers and will be judged by an international ...


Coleman breaks world indoor 60m record in Albuquerque

MONTE CARLO, February 19, 2018 - Christian Coleman sped to a 6.34 world record to win the 60m on the third and final day of the US Indoor Championships in Albuquerque on Sunday.The world 100m silver medallist had won his heat in 6.46 and his semi-final in 6.42 after easing down on both occasions, hinting that he had more in store for the final.After a false start from one of the other finalists, the race got away at the second time of asking and Coleman blasted out of the blocks with a 0.149 reaction time.Pushed for most of the race by Ronnie Baker, Coleman edged ahead in the closing stages before ...
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Kenyan focus on clean sports: ADAK, SJAK partner in anti-doping workshop

By Timothy Olobulu
NAIROBI, February 18, 2018 - Sports Journalists Association of Kenya (SJAK) president Chris Mbaisi has urged local media to do their part in helping combat the doping menace among the sporting fraternity in the country.Speaking during an anti-doping education workshop for sports editors and journalists in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa on Saturday, Mbaisi noted that the media has a huge role to play in ensuring the vice is stemmed and Kenya retains its spot as a nation competing clean.“Kenya as a country is known for its record breaking athletes but issues of doping which are global phenomena ...


Madagascar's Mialitiana Clerc achieves top 50 finish at Olympic Slalom

By Chibuogwu Nnadiegbulam
PYEONGCHANG, February 16, 2018 - Five 16-year-olds were among 78 starters in the Ladies’ Slalom event on Friday at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, but, among those teenagers, only Madagascar’s Mialitiana Clerc made it past the finish line.Clerc, who is the island nation’s sole representative in PyeongChang 2018, expressed satisfaction at meeting the target she had set for herself before the Olympic Games: finishing in the top 50. She did not register any DNF (did not finish) in the two events she participated in, which meant a geat to Clerc. "I’m down and I finished 47th. I am happy because that ...
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