Sunday, September 24, 2023

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Dawit Tolesa

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Ethiopian athletes gear up for World Athletics Championships

Ethiopia's team is preparing for the 19th World Athletics Championships taking place August 19-27 in Budapest, Hungary. The Ethiopian Athletics Federation selected 31 runners representing...

Hungary prepares to take center stage for track and field’s best

Hungary's Ambassador to Ethiopia expresses Hungary's enthusiasm and readiness to host the upcoming World Athletics Championships, noting over 250,000 tickets have already been sold, exceeding expectations. The Ambassador highlighted that Hungarians are huge sports fans and hosting the event will give the nation a chance to see the world's best track and field athletes compete, while also promoting athletics within Hungary.

Ethiopian coach to revive Liberia’s women’s team

Liberia has appointed Ethiopian women's national team coach Selam Zeray to transform their women's national team and help them qualify for their first Africa Cup of Nations.

Ethiopian sportswear giant makes US play

On October 14, the prestigious Grand African Run race returns to DC with thousands participating and more than 20 Olympians joining to support Ethiopian charities.

Seladin seid hangs up his boots after 15-year career

Ethiopia's prolific goalscoring striker Seladin Seid has announced his retirement from football, ending a 15-year career. The 34-year-old confirmed his decision to hang up...

Ethiopian national team leader joins Ethiopian sports brand

Ethiopian sports equipment manufacturer WANAW has named Ethiopian national team captain Shimeles Bekele as its brand ambassador. Shimeles signed a three-year renewable contract with WANAW.

Ethiopian athletes shine at polish diamond league meet

Ethiopian athletes stole the show at the Poland Silesia Diamond League meet, delivering four top finishes in the women's 1500 meters. Hirut Meshasha raced to...

Conflict stops play, but demotion decision triggers discontent

Tigray clubs have been left dissatisfied by their demotion to lower divisions despite being unable to compete for more than two years due to the Tigray conflict, with the Tigray Football Federation arguing the Ethiopian Football Federation's decision fails to consider the reality on the ground.

Ethiopia out for encore as Walias face Pharaohs again

Fired up by their recent AFCON victory, the Walias are out to upset Egypt's Pharaohs again after both sides were drawn together for their AFCON and World Cup qualifiers.

Ethiopia women throttle Chad in olympic qualifying opener

Ethiopia's women's national team, nicknamed "Lucy's," routed Chad 6-0 in their first match of the Olympic qualifying tournament today at the Abebe Bikila Stadium. Lucy's...