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Ethiopian athletics team travels to Doha

Scheduled to take place between September 27 – October 6, 2019, in Doha Qatar, the Ethiopian athletics’ team are on their way to the IAAF World Athletics championships, to put there mark in an intriguing competition.

Kenenisa set for Berlin Marathon

Ethiopian long-distance runner, Kenenisa Bekele is set for an appearance in the BMW Berlin Marathon race. The Olympic champion has garnered much attention in the 46th edition of the Berlin Marathon and will run the course for a second time after he clinched victory with a personal best of 2:03.03 in 2016.

EFF proposes shift to club football format

In light of recently observed problems in Ethiopian club football, the Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF) has prepared two major proposals that would alter the face of the club football in the country for years to come.

Irrechaa Great Run to take place in Addis

The first Irrechaa Great Run is scheduled to take place in Addis Ababa on September 22, 2019. During a press conference held on Thursday, Oromia Regional State Tourism Bureau stated that 50,000 runners and several elite athletes are expected to participate in the event.

Walias to host Rwanda in Mekele Stadium

The Ethiopian National team a.k.a. the Walias are set to host Rwanda in the African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers on Sunday, in Mekele Stadium. The Walias have commenced preparation in the newly built Mekele International Stadium.

Ethiopian referees take positive strides

Selected to officiate continental tournaments, Ethiopian referees had a successful year. Beamlak Temesgen, Lidia Tafesse and Temesgin Samuel were the chosen three, as they made their way to their respective venues to officiate matches.

Shining year for Ethiopian athletes

Established by legendary Ethiopian athletes as favorites to win a race and usually taking the spotlight, Ethiopians have dominated with Kenya, long distance running. However, Ethiopia’s distance future is now considered to be in the hands of young Ethiopian runners, who have shown what is yet to come.

Football spoiled by hooliganism

Spoiled by despicable acts on and off the pitch, football hooligans and their deeds forced the Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF), time and time again, to postpone matches and rearrange venues, to address the insurmountable task of keeping it all about the game.