The Liberia Amputees Football Federation and the United States Amputees Football Federation have jointly postponed the August 9, 2014 international friendly football match in Maryland, United States of America. A dispatch from the International Coordinator of Liberia Amputee Federation, Mr. Duannah Siryon, indicates that the both parties (Team Liberia and Team USA) agreed to postpone the activities due to the Ebola escalating trend.
Emotions that gripped thousands at the just ended FIFA Brazil World Cup were felt by the world.
Assistant Youth and Sport Minister, Murphy Gary has launched an appeal to the National Legislature for an increase in the national county meet budget to 1M. Speaking over the weekend to reporters in Monrovia Mr. Gray said if the Legislature increase the budget it will enable the ministry to meet the demands of this year county meet outside of Montserrado.
The 2014 running and walking marathon competition has been launched in Monrovia. The acting Mayor of the Monrovia City Corporation or MCC, Clara Mvogo, said the hosting of marathons attracts tourists and also enable host country showcase its best talents.
The Liberia National Cyclist Association, (LINCA) got a surprise sponsor that not only believed in them but showed up to urge them across the finish line on Sunday as over 30 cyclists competed for this year’s national title.
Lonestar Cell MTN says it is proud to be associated with the Liberia Football Association in organizing the 2013/2014 National County Meet.
The Management of Blooming Games-Liberia Ltd has announced a formal launch of its headquarters today in Duala, Bushrod Island adjacent the Monrovia Club Breweries Factory.
Great Artina of Maryland County, have bowed off the LFA 3rd Division Regional Playoff after losing their second match at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia to New Hope. The southeastern champions lost to New Hope of Margibi County 2-1. While New Hope needs a win to meet Muscat FC to get to the next level of the tournament, the Gibi boys beat Lofa and Maryland champions.
Following an intercessory service held on Sunday at the St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Monrovia to commemorate ten years of uninterrupted peace in Liberia, the Ministry of Youth and Sports held one-day sporting activities, bringing together government officials and the media here.
A nine-day training workshop organized by the Liberia Boxing Association and the Ministry of Youth Sports is ongoing at the Sports Commission on Broad Street in Monrovia. Sponsored by the Government of Liberia, the training is aimed at keeping senior boxers in the country physically fit.