Athletic Heat Celebrates One Year Anniversary!
Exactly a year ago, three teenage athletes; Eseroghene Oguma, Toluwani Adebakin and Ruth Usoro started Athletic Heat with a motive to promote Nigerian athletes, report athletics news and give exclusive interviews.
We’re celebrating our one year anniversary with a new logo and here’s what it looks like.
Over the past year, these are some of our exclusive stories which went viral:
- Rio Olympics: Nigerian athlete out of men’s 100m. It is pathetic to know that Nigeria’s Monvazous Edwards will not take part in the men’s 100m round 1 when the athletics events commence on August 12th at Rio de Janiero.
- Rio Olympics: Six Nigerian born athletes set to compete for Bahrain. The 2016 Rio Olympics athletics events is set to get underway today, 12th August at the Rio de Janiero Olympic stadium, Brazil which was built in 2007 and oil rich nation, Bahrain will be represented by 31 athletes out of which 6 are Nigerians.
- Athletic Heat Top 20 Handsome Nigerian Athletes – As the year 2017 begins today, Athletic Heat would start with our Top 20 most handsome Nigerian athletes.
We’ve also interviewed notable Nigerian athletes and officials.
Tega Odele chats exclusively with ‘Athletic Heat’ as he talks about his journey from Benin to Beijing and Brazzaville, the Olympics amongst other things. Read on!
Seye Ogunlewe, crowned 100m 2015 National champion speaks exclusively to Athletic Heat on his career, personal life and on Nigerian Athletics!
- Any athlete that goes to National Camp without knowing how much he/she would be paid is a FOOL! – Coach Gabriel.
National head coach, Gabriel Okon earlier this week had a heart to heart chat with Athletic Heat and opened up some issues affecting Nigerian Athletics, The High Performance system and the Nigerian
University Games (NUGA).
Thanks to everyone who has followed us on this journey of promoting Nigerian athletics either by sharing, liking or commenting on our articles.
So far we have had 22,330 views on our blog, 890 likes on our Facebook Page, 145 and 19 followers on Instagram and Twitter respectively. We encourage y’all to stay with us as we continue to give all you need to know about Nigerian athletics.