The ANOCA AC support the IOC recommendations published on 28 March for the International Federations. During the recent ANOCA Athletes’ Forum 11-12 March in Algiers, African athletes made a statement welcoming the return of Russian and Belarusian athletes competing as neutral athletes in international competitions.
It should be noted that some of our athlete representatives asked that the Russian and Belarusian athletes return to international competitions without any restrictions meaning participate under their national flag and anthem.
ANOCA AC would like to reiterate that athletes should never pay the price of a conflict their government is involved in.
Calling on all athletes, sport federations, government, sport event organizers & stakeholders to “pledge your support & join WADA in building the world’s biggest team playing for clean sports.”
The Play True Day, will be celebrated on 14 April 2023 and everyone is invited to the global anti-doping community to take part in the digital campaign.
Branded visuals are created to incorporate and share your own #oneplaytrueteam photos & videos accessing templates on the dedicated Play True Day social media wall on WADA’s website….
Let’s go big AFRICA, Let’s Play True!
2nd AFRICAN BEACH GAMES: 53 COUNTRIES ON THE HAMMAMET BEACH!
With just a few weeks to go before the Games kick off, the number of participating countries has risen to 53. This is a record
2nd AFRICAN BEACH GAMES, WE ARE READY!
52 countries are expected to attend the Games in Hammamet, Tunisia, and more than 1,100 athletes have confirmed their participation. 500 officials will be involved,
2023 African Beach Games – Chefs de mission set for a smooth organisation!
TUNIS, 28 APRIL 2023: Chefs de Mission of African NOCs that will participate in the 2nd African Beach Games met in Hammamet, Tunisia, in a