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Walias aim to boost chances

The Ethiopian National Team a.k.a. Walias will be seeking for the maximum points against Crocodiles of Lesotho in an away match that will be played in Maseru in a Group J Day Five clash to boost their chance. This will be the first match under new coach Gebremedhin Haile.

IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Brussels

After their team's triumphs on the track in Paris last summer, next weekend’s 32nd IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Brussels, Belgium (20/21 March) will be another chance for Ethiopia to prove itself as the world’s top long distance running nation.

Serving the youth

Mekele Youth Center (MYC) provides English language and computer courses as well as education on HIV/AIDS to the youth of Mekele, capital of the Tigray Regional State.

Horsemen aim to maintain grip, Dashen to test Coffee

In week 21 of the Ethiopian Premier League (EPL), Dashen Beer will host Ethiopia Coffee aiming to end the Addis Ababa club’s three-match unbeaten run, while leaders St. George will travel south to face Woliata Dicha at Bodit Stadium on May 21, 2016.

Coach Woldemeskel Kostre passes away

Woldemeskel Kostre, the Ethiopian long-distance running coach who trained greats like Haile Gebrselassie and Kenenisa Bekele and was renowned for his strict disciplinarian approach, has died. He was 69.

Supporting grassroots football

Arsenal legend Martin Keown on Wednesday laid the foundation stone for the construction of the Dashen brewery-funded football field in Gondar town in the Amhara Regional State.

Tirunesh returns to racing in Manchester

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Tirunesh Dibaba will return to action at the Great Manchester Run on 22 May, having not competed since her victory at the 2014 edition of the IAAF Gold Label Road Race.