Advertisement Dahabshiil Telesom
Tag archive for ‘Olympics’
By goth Mohamed On Saturday, August 11th, 2012

Mo-mentous Farah clinches distance double

Britain’s Mo Farah clinched an Olympic long distance double here Saturday, storming to a pulsating victory in the 5,000m just one week after his triumph in the 10,000m. The Somalia-born runner timed his kick More...

Farah launches foundation to help Somalia famine victims
By Liban On Wednesday, July 4th, 2012

Farah — carrying Britain’s hopes

LONDON — Last month when Mo Farah, a British athlete of Somali origin, won the European 5,000m crown, he became the first man in history to successfully defend it. The victory, coming just before the London More...

Natneal Yemane carries the Olympic torch in Nottingham on Thursday. Photograph: Chris Radburn/LOCOG/PA
By Hassan Ali On Friday, June 29th, 2012

Teenage Ethiopian Olympic torch bearer goes missing in Nottingham

LONDON — A 15-year-old Ethiopian boy who took part in the Olympic torch relay on Thursday has gone missing, Nottinghamshire police have said. Just hours after carrying the Olympic torch in the city, Natnael More...

By goth Mohamed On Monday, June 11th, 2012

Tough road for Somali athletes – Olympic dreams

Poor training facilities have not dented the Olympic ambitions of 22-year-old runner Mohamed Hassan Mohamed [Reuters photo] MOGADISHU — Training in a bullet-riddled stadium where the remains of a rocket propelled More...