Sports Administration

The President of the Liberia National Olympics Committee, Philipbert Browne

LNOC Boss Wants Tennis Crisis Resolved

The President of the Liberia National Olympic Committee (LNOC) Philipbert Brown has said the lack of  tennis  activities in the country for over nine months due to a court’s injunction is ‘tremendously affecting’ the over 200 kids who are involved  in the game.

He told the Daily Observer yesterday that the Ministry of Youth and Sports should hasten its intervention to resolve the tennis leadership crisis.

13 Disqualified from LAF Elections

Thirteen members have been disqualified and are ineligible to participate in the November 29 leadership elections of the Liberia Athletics Federation while 15 others have been declared eligible.

 Six out of the seven athletics clubs were barred including Success 2000, Fast Track, Zoyah, Liberty, Fast Spikes and Ndolor. Only Conquerors Athletics Club was endorsed.

Track and field athletes at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex

Athletics Elections November 29

A three-man Ad-Hoc Election Commission of the Liberia Athletics Federation (LAF) has set elections for Friday, November 29, 2013 at the headquarters of the Liberia National Olympics Committee (LNOC).

The Ad-Hoc Election Commission is headed by Cllr. Sylvester Rennie   with John T. Petiquoi and Horatio Bobby Willie as members.

Anti-Doping Campaign Ends Today

The anti-doping campaign which began in Harbel and Kakata, Margibi County on September 19, 2013 ends today, Friday November 8, from 10a.m-4p.m at the Sports Commission, on Broad Street, Monrovia.

A release by the Liberia Players Union, said yesterday that several institutions in Monrovia and its environs, including representatives from counties that participated in the campaign have been invited.


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