Brazzaville Congo Sports
Congolese children love to dance and play in the streets during school breaks, and sport has just reached the big time as a demonstration of African games. Nzango is a popular pastime in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital, Kinshasa, where it has been shaking for more than a decade, according to a recent United Nations report.
On both sides of the Congo River, Nzango fans have formed hundreds of teams to take part in friendly tournaments. On both sides, they have formed hundreds of teams to play in friendlies and tournaments, according to the United Nations report.
They won the Africa Cup of Nations in 1972 but never qualified for the World Cup and have yet to win Olympic gold. Congo qualified for this last tournament in the 1998 World Cup qualifier.
Egypt, Tunisia and Nigeria were the top teams in Brazzaville in 2015 and were able to dominate again at the Nahda sports hall in Rabat, but failed to reach the quarter-finals after a defeat by Reunion. On April 15, they beat neighbor Congo 2-1 in Kinshasa, but failed to advance to the next round. The Congo international made his first appearance at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations after a 4-2 friendly defeat by Ivory Coast. This is the last match for African champions Zambia 2012, who host Algeria and visit Zimbabwe on the last two days of the match in March.
We are also watching the return of the returning African Games table tennis champion Nigeria and the American Uche Eke, who is aiming to win Nigeria's first gymnastics medal.
The pair are part of South Africa's 153-strong squad, which also includes three gold medallists in men's basketball and women's basketball, as well as two gold medals for the women. The sport's attention will be on the return of two leading Olympic medalists from the 2012 Rio de Janeiro Games, Rio bronze medalist Liliya Kebede and Olympic gold medalist Kofi Annan. Reigning Africa and Africa Cup of Nations champion Sayed Al-Khatib is also likely to line up Egypt's 20-man squad in Rabat. Among the South African teams at the Games is the defending African Games champion, three-time gold medalist and four-year-old world record holder Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.
Egypt was the most successful nation at the Games, topping the 2015 event, which was held for the fifth time in Brazzaville, Congo. Football differs from other sports in that it is made for success at the Olympics, but not necessarily in terms of the number of medals.
The game was created in the northern Congo after the country gained independence from Belgium in 1960, but the Bakongo Bantu group also occupied large parts of the territory in the north - east and south - of the Congo. The colony consisted of two provinces, Oubangui and Kinshasa, as well as the capital Brazzaville.
As the world's leading athletics nation, most nations sent their best athletes to the Moulay Abdalla Stadium in Rabat. The African team Niger, which has three of them in the top 50 in the women's rankings, and Togo and Uganda, bronze medallists in the Africa Cup of Nations, are in Group A.
Handball, swimming and cycling are held in the Moulay Abdalla stadium in Rabat, wrestling in El Jadida. Rabats will host the men's and women's football, women's basketball and volleyball matches.
If you want to visit the Republic of Congo, we recommend you fly directly to Brazzaville, but you can also travel from Kinshasa by boat or train from Rabat and from there by bus or train to the capital. The Republic of Congo has an FM network managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development (MDFI) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The retrospective study included athletes who participated in sport and combat and participated in the African Games in Brazzaville in 2015 in 12 selected sports. After consulting a sports doctor appointed by the Games' medical commission, 238 people were recruited and admitted to the sports complex between 4 and 19 September 2015.
This study was initiated to assess the impact of the African Games on the health of athletes in Brazzaville in 2015 and to provide information on their health status. The data was available for all athletes at the time of inclusion in the sports complex and the Games medical commission.
In Brazzaville, across the river from neighbouring Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly called Zaire), which is a different country despite similar names, bragging rights are at stake. Five teams from the DR Congo participated in open-air events at the African Games exhibition, and one of them comes from Africa's second largest city, the capital of the Congo city. Four teams, two from Angola, one from Senegal and three from Nigeria, are taking part in an African games fair. Five teams of Congolese athletes from the opening ceremony and one team from Cameroon will take part in an open-air event.