HBO & Serena Williams team up for documentary project.

A new HBO documentary, Being Serena, focuses on the tennis Stars life and all the major changes it has undergone in the last couple of years profiling her life and career, getting married, becoming a mother, venturing into new business endeavors and yet staying on top of her sporting career all in what may seem like one breath.
March 30, 2018
  • HBO & Serena Williams team up for documentary project.

    Williams says she puts so much pressure on herself, she’s engulfed in new life with her daughter, Olympia Alexis Ohanian Jr. and expresses her uncertainty about tennis being a major part of her future; and then blurts out in determination, “I’m not done yet”. In the documentary, we see...
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    Okagbare-Ighoteghonor who spent most of last season nursing an injury, and underwent surgery to aid her recovery with the performance has become the undisputed Nigerian fastest woman having the 10.79seconds women 100m national record under her belt. The athlete will remain in Texas to have a go at the...
  • In Ghana, the Govt Approves U.S.$8 Million for Women AFCOM

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    These athletes had won the games, even before any medals were awarded, solely based on the fact that their achievements have broken ground for future athletes from the continent. On Tuesday morning, the Nigerian Women’s bobsled team, led by Seun Adigun and Akuoma Omeoga became the first Africans in history to compete in the...
  • African Women’s Football after the first ever symposium ends

    Following a successful two-day event, the first ever CAF Women’s Football Symposium ended on a high note with participants lauding the ground breaking outing as a big step towards the development of the women’s game. The closure was preceded by presentations of the recommendations by the seven working groups...
  • Spotlighting Evelyn Akhator – WNBA Professional Basketballer

    Evelyn Akhator (born February 3, 1995) is a Nigerian professional women’s basketball forward with the Dallas Wings of the US Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). All of 6’3” tall, she was drafted in May 2017 as the 3rd overall pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft. At the third FIBA Women’s AfroBasket title in August, Evelyn guided Nigeria...
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    Clarisse Agbegnenou conquered reigning Olympic and world champion Tina Trstenjak of Slovenia to become a two-time world champion in Budapest. Agbegnenou hands France their second World Championship to date, her previous title was in 2014, Agbegnenou revealed: “This is unbelievable for me, I am so happy to be world...

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