AAG 2011: JUDOKAS VOW TO SPILL BLOOD IN MAPUTO

By NBF News
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The All African Games camp  in Kaduna is bubbling with excitement just as the athletes are ready to sacrifice to get the desired results in Maputo.

The Kaduna camp with  two sports namely  Judo and Handball  training  ahead of the  game is alive as the athletes both male and female are all enthusiastic  that  they would attain better result in Maputo.

The Judo team captain and his assistant, Spain based Chukwu Emeka Onyemaechi and home based Vivian Aminu Yusuf said in Kaduna over the weekend that their preparations for the games is better than the previous experience.

This assertion according to them is based on the understanding that despite their inability to embark on foreign training tour, the National Sports Commission is at its best to provide the enabling environment for them to excel.

According to Onyemaechi, the Kaduna camp is lively as they are enjoying every bit of their stay in the camp, saying ' this place is lively, we like the training, we are having fun here, though there is still room for improvement.

The National Sports Commission is doing well as we are all well taken care of.

What we will only say, we pray they allow us to have three accompanying coaches, instead of the two, we are hearing, they are approving.'