Nigeria and Morocco will meet in the African Youth Games boys' football final after winning last four encounters in Algiers.
Morocco have agreed to step in as the host of the 2019 African Games, the country’s Youth and Sports Ministry have announced.
Mozambique celebrated double gold in beach volleyball at the African Youth Games in Algiers.
Hosts Algeria enjoyed fencing success at the African Youth Games in the country’s capital city Algiers.
Organisers launch mobile game as Ethiopia and Egypt celebrate African Youth Games time trial success
Ethiopia celebrated a one-two in the women's individual time trial cycling event at the African Youth Games in Algiers.
Hosts Algeria celebrated a hat-trick of team judo titles as the African Youth Games continued in their capital Algiers.
Qualification for Buenos Aires 2018 was central to several competitions as the African Youth Games in Algiers continued.
The third edition of the African Youth Games got underway today with an Opening Ceremony held in Algiers.
Morocco will have 10 days to confirm a host city for the 2019 African Games if the country are to step in to host the continental event.
Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) are waiting on a decision from Morocco on whether the country will step in to host the 2019 African Games, insidethegames understands.
Political disputes surrounding the African Games have eased after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between sporting and Governmental bodies.
Eight Nigerian athletes-including four gold medallists from last year's All-Africa Games, have been banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) after testing positive for illegal substances, according to the country’s Sports Minister Solomon Dalung.
Eight unidentified competitors at the recent All-Africa Games in Brazzaville have produced adverse analytical findings (AAFs), in spite of a doping control programme severely criticised as “ineffective from the start” by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) independent observer.
Competition at the 2015 All-Africa Games drew to a close in the Republic of Congo’s capital city Brazzaville, with Egypt ending top of the medals table after securing 78 gold medals at the 16-day event.