For us, this is more than just about one Olympic goal or personal successes, “It’s about bringing a level of pride for Africa.” We strive to empower the men and women of the world to tackle the “fear of the unknown” and realize their gift of innovation. We plan to do this by allowing members to join the Bobsled & Skeleton Federation of Nigeria and be a part of the organization that created a platform for three special women to make history as Nigeria, and Africa’s, first bobsled team. Our story has positively affected millions of people all over the world and continues to represent monumental international advancements in social, athletic, and economic statuses. Together, we can demonstrate that nothing is impossible with a little faith, support and willingness to persevere.
Simi Adeagbo debuts at Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation International Cup
New personal best for Simidele Adeagbo in Skeleton Cup
Simidele Adeagbo, wraps up her second race of the season during North America’s Cup Race 6 in Lake Placid, New York with a 6th place
Africa’s First Lady of Skeleton, Simidele Adeagbo, finishes 5th in her first race of the season during North America’s Cup Race 5 in Lake Placid,
November 26, 2018 Ojeikere Aikhoje Nigeria’s Women’s Bobsled Team is bubbling with excitement as preparation for the new season, started in Calgary, Canada, on Friday.
Edidiong is a first generation Nigerian–American with strong cultural ties that impacts the community and influences cultural awareness. Edidiong is from Houston, TX by way
More than a year ago, Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omeoga announced their ambitious dream of becoming the first African team to qualify for