World Relays: Nigeria Beats Deadline, List Okagbare, Divine

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Nigeria’s 4x200m Women take World Relay GOLD with new National Record in 2015.

Nigeria will compete at the forthcoming World Relays billed for May 1st to 2nd 2021 in Silesia, Poland, after they beat the submission deadline.

Nigeria will participate in the following World Relays events: 1. 4x100m Men 2. 4x400m Men 3. 4x100m Women 4. 4x400m Women 5. 4x400m Mixed.

Nigeria at World Relays

The list features top sprinter, Divine Oduduru and Enoch Adegoke, While Blessing Okagbare will lead the women.

WA Nigeria 4X400m List
Imaobong Listed For Nigeria on the World Athletics Site


Meanwhile, WA confirmed receipt of the mail yesterday in a mail which reads:

“We are pleased to inform you that your entries for the World Relays, Silesia (POL) 2021, sent by the director general, MR. SIMINIALAYI YOUNG PEPPEL.

AFN tweet

Nigeria’s 4x200m Women take GOLD with new National Record in Bahamas 2015,

However, In 2017, Nigeria ran a seasons’ best time, but it was not enough to defend the 4x200m gold in Nassau.

The team list:


1. Divine Oduduru

2. Itsekiri Usheoritshe

3. Enoch Adegoke

4. Alaba Akintola

5. Jeremiah Jakpa

6. Favour Ashe

4x400m Men

1. Chidi Okezie

2. Ifeanyi Ojeli

. Sikiru Adeyemi

4. Samson Nathaniel

5. Timothy Emoghene

6. Rilwan Alowonle

4×100 Women

1. Blessing Okagbare

2. Grace Nwokocha

3. Tobi Amusan

4. Joy Udo-Gabriel

5. Ese Brume

6. Tima Godbless

4x400m Women

1. Imaobong Nse Uko

2. Patience Okon-George

3. Abasiamo Uwemedion Akpan

4. Glory Okon Partick

5. Opeyemi Oke

6. Joy O. Usenbor

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