Nigeria has begun holding training camps for athletes who have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Nigeria is poised to become the first country in Africa to be made an affiliate member of the International Rugby League (IRL).
A dental college is the first educational institution to become affiliated with the Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF).
Esports and COVID-19 were among the topics presented to the Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC) during a three-day advanced sports management course.
Nigerian taekwondo athlete Elizabeth Anyanacho has been named as one of 30 Game Changers of 2020, a project established by the Malala Fund.
The Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC) Executive Board discussed preparations for upcoming major events during its latest meeting this week.
A senior official at the Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) has rejected complaints over the nation's selection process for Tokyo 2020 and insisted places on the Olympic teams are available to all eligible players.
The Nigeria Curling Federation (NCF) has released a video to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the country's debut at a World Championship.
Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie has become the latest National Basketball Association (NBA) player to declare his intention to represent Nigeria at the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after being overlooked by the United States.
Nigeria Taekwondo Federation praise country's Sports Minister after athlete qualifies for Tokyo 2020
The Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) President has praised the country's Sports Minister for helping with their Tokyo 2020 preparations.
The Nigeria Archery Federation has expressed that sending an archer to Paris 2024 is one of the organisation's main goals.
Nigerian taekwondo player Chinazum Nwosu has targeted a World Championships medal to make up for the disappointment of not qualifying for Tokyo 2020.
New Orleans Pelicans centre Jahlil Okafor has revealed he wants to play for Nigeria at this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Hosts Nigeria enjoyed a strong day as the World Para Powerlifting World Cup opened at Abuja International Conference Centre.
Four new Commissions have been officially inaugurated by the Nigerian Olympic Committee (NOC).