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Ethiopia to benefit from Nigeria’s suspension

Addis Ababa (CakaaraNews) Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has suspended the national soccer team for two years from international competition. The disappointed President said that the country needs young talent to generate a new and energetic football team.

If this decision is accepted by the country’s football governing body it will be a great opportunity for the Ethiopian soccer team who are in the same group with Nigeria for the qualification of the next African Nations Cup. FIFA doesn’t accept the interference of the government in the sphere of football.

Nigeria lost its first two World Cup group stage matches but still came just one goal short of advancing with their draw against South Korea. As one of the more heavily favored African nations, the early elimination was certainly a disappointment. So how is Nigeria handling that disappointment?

Ethiopia to benefit from Nigeria’s suspension

Nigeria’s president has suspended his nation’s football team from international competition for two years after a poor showing at the World Cup.Special presidential adviser Ima Niboro told reporters the decision by Goodluck Jonathan will “enable Nigeria to reorganize its football.”

He said: “This directive became necessary following Nigeria’s poor performance in the ongoing World Cup.” Of course. How do you improve an underachieving team? Ban it from competing for two whole years. Spur them on to playing better by not allowing them to play at all. Maybe England should try that. Now, FIFA probably won’t like this given its distaste for government meddling in the national team, so maybe Nigeria should try suspending FIFA, too.

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Munaasabad loo Qabtay Ciyaartoyadii Olympicada Itoobiya oo ay Kamid Ahaayen Ciyaartoyga DDS oo Guulo lagu Amaanay Usoo Hoyay Deegaanka March 24, 2010

altAdis-Ababa (CakaaraNews) Warkan oo aanu khadka taleefanka ku waraysanay, Dr Cali Xasan Siciid oo dhanka cafimaadkooga ka caawinayay ciyaartoyada DDS ee uga qaybgalayay Tartankaa Ciyaaraha  Qaranka Itoobiya.


Munaasabadan casho sharafeedka ah oo loo qabtay dhalinyaradii ciyaaraha olompicada  Itoobiya ayaa kadhacday Hoolka Milliniumka A.A, munaasabadaas oo ay kasoo qayb galeen ciyaaryahanada 9 ka D/deegaan oo dhalinyarada wacdaraha ka muujiyay tartanadii kala duwanaa ee Sportiga ayaa waxaa kasoo qayb galay Madaxwaynaha Itoobiya Girma Waldha Gorgis.

Waxaana ka hadlay munaasabadaas Wasiirada Sportiga iyo Dhalinyarada Fadaralka Itoobiya Marwo Aster Mamo,oo sheegtay in ay sii laba jibaarayaan dadaaladaas arimaha isboortiga lagu horumarinayo,waxayna umahad celisay raysal wasaaraha itoobiya Atoo Malaz Zenaawi.


Ugu danbayntiina waxay masuuliyiintii abaal marino siiyeen deegaanadii guulaha kala duwan ku gulaaystay oo uualt deegaankeenu ka mid yahay ayaa abaal gudyo loogu qaybiyay iyo loona soo jeediyay mahad celino balaadhan ciyaartoyadaa munaasabada loo qabtay iyo masuuliyiintii,tobabaradii ka qayb qaatay ama sida wanaagsan usoo ababulay, oo ay hogaaminaysay Ciyaartoyada kasocday Caasimada Adis-ababa.

Hadaba waxaa lafilayaa Ciyaartoyadii kasocday DDS in ay maalinta Axada soogadhaan magaalada jigjiga.

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Gov’t awards money prize for Berlin winning athletes

Kenenisa adorned with gold medal attached with national flag. The Ministry of Youth and Sports have given money prize for winning athletes participating in the 12th edition of IAAF World Championships in Athletics at a reception held in the Grand National Palace on 28th September 2009.

Accordingly 40,000 birr has been awarded for gold winner, 30,000 birr for silver winners and 20,000 birr for bronze medalists, respectively.

Speaking on the occasion, Minister of Youth and Sports, Aster Mamo said the result achieved by the national squad during the Berlin World Athletics Championships was "outstanding" in the face of fierce competition from other competing nations.

She called on the general public to actively participate in athletics sport so as to broaden the opportunity for the succeeding athletes.

President Girma Woldegiorgis urged the stakeholders in athletics sport such as the Ethiopian Athletics Federation, The Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ethiopian Olympic Committee, among others to coordinate their effort to improve the status and performance of athletics in domestic and international competitions.

The president reiterates the government commitment to support the growth of athletics sport in the country.

Meanwhile, Kenenisa Bekele has been honored in front of the president of the country and senior government officials for his courage and stamina for winning two gold medals to his country in the men 5000 and 10,000 meters competitions during the Berlin World Athletics Championships. Kenenisa was adorned with gold medal attached with the flag of the country.

Coaches and delegation members have also received certificate and money prize ranging from 10,000 to 2,000 birr for their valuable contribution in the hands of the President Girma.

Ethiopia finish seventh with two gold, two silver and four bronze medals out of 201 countries during the 12th IAAF World Championships in Athletics held in Berlin from 15-23, August 2009. (EFF)

Qaabka aas-aasiga ah ee ciyaartoyga loo xulo

SportGuud ahaan dhalinyarada ciyaaraha ciyaarta  waxay u kala baxaan labo qaybood

A) Qof jecel ciyaaraha oo u ciyaara hiwaayad (Hobby) iyo

B) Qof u ciyaara naadi (Professional player).

Hadaba mawduucan waxaan ku qaadaa dhigaynaa qaabka loo xulo ciyartooyga gaar ahaan Kubbada cagta oon isleehay faa’iido weyn bay u tahayn tababarayaasha da’da yar soo koraya.

QODOBKA 1AAD: Sahanka kooxda iyo tababaraha

Naadiyadu badankoodu waxay jecelyihiin inay helaan ciyaartooyo tayo leh oo kor u qaada sumcada kooxda, sidaa darteed ayay maamuladoodu u sameeyaan wado tashi  iyo sahan dheer siday u heli lahaayeen ciyaartooy cusub, taas oo lagu jaangoynayo tartamada kooxdu rabto inay ka qaybgasho guulna ka soo hoyso waxayna kooxdu is waydiisaa dhowr su’aalood ooy ka midyihiin :-

1. Waa maxay sobobta kooxdu ay ugu baahantahay Ciyaartooyga cusub?

2. Goorma ayay kooxdu u baahantahay Ciyaartoyga cusub?

3. Goobtee ayay (position)  kooxdu rabtaa inuu  buuxiyo ciyaartoyga cusub?

4. Muddo intee le’eg bay kooxdu u baahnantahay ciyartooyga cusub?
 
QODOBKA 2AAD: U kuurgalka Ciyaartoyga

Hadii maamulka isku waafaqaan su’aalahaas jawaabahooga kooxaha qaarkood waxay la gorgootamaan ciyaartoyga iyo Naadigii uu ciyaartooygu ka tirsanaa, kooxaha qarkoodna waxayba u magacaabaan guddi gaara inay soo indho-indheeyaan ciyaartooyo u qalma kooxda.hadaba sahanka kooxda iyo hawsha tababaruhu intaas oo kaliya  kuma ekaanayso ee waxay raad-raacaan ciyaartoyga iyagoo ka fogaanaya inay faro galiyaan wixii taabananysa ciyaartoyga shaksiyadiisa ee ka baxsan danta ay kooxdu leeydahay ,raadraacaasna waxaa ugu muhiimsan  qodobadan hoos ku xusan:-

1.caafimaadka guud ee ciyartoyga ( jidhka iyo maskaxda )

2.Tixraaca taariikhda ciyaartoyga  (Taxamo) afka qalaadna loo yaqaan (CV)

waxaa kale oo looga baahanyahay Cadayn markhaatiya oo qoran (reference letter) hadii loo baahdo

QODOBKA 3aad : Qiimeeynta ciyaartoyga

Qaabka qiimaynta ciyaartoygu  waa mid tababarayaasha khibrade leh  ay ku kala saaraan faraqa u dhaxeeya ciyaartooy iyo ciyaaryahan (sports man and player) qof jecel ciyaaraha inuu ciyaaro iyo ciyaartoyga xirfada wanaagsan, Ma qof bartaybaa kubbada, mise waa qof u dhashay hanaankeeda?

Ma yahay ciyartooy la tababari karo?

Ma yahay ciyartooy xirfadiisu ayna joogin ooy socoto?

Arinta kowaad ee ugu muhiimsana waa adaabta iyo asluubta ciyaartoyga, tababaruhuna  kuma deg-dego go’aankiisa ee wakhti buu siiyaa ciyaartoyga inuu isbedel sameeyn karo. inkastoo ciyaartoyadu ay ku kala duwanyihiin tababarka iyo tartamada, sababtoo ah ciyaartoyada qaarkood kuma wanaagsana tababarka ,oo way xishoodan laakiin waxay ku wanaagsanyihiin tartamada oo xamaasada ayaa gasha, Qaarkoodna waa kuwo ku wanaagsan tartamada ,tababarkana ku liita, oo niyad ma siiyaan wixii aan ahayn tartamo, qaarkoodna labadaba way ku fiicanyihiin.

QODOBKA 4AAD: Diiwaan galinta ciyartooyga

Diiwaanka kooxdu wuxuu u kala  baxaa 2 qaybood oo kala ah:-

1).Diiwaanka hay’ada kooxda ama magaca kooxdu deegaanka kaga diiwaan gashantahay

2).Diiwaanka guud ee maamulka iyo maaraynta kooxda ee tirada  magacda  shaqaalaha iyo ciyaartooyga

Intaa ka dib maalinta la diiwaangasho ciyartooyga waxaa la siiyaa warbixin iyo qoraal ku saabsan heshiishkiisa, taariikhda kooxda, sharciga kooxda, jawdalka tababarka iyo isku–aadka ciyaaraha waxaana si bayaana loogu kala saaraa wuxuu xaq u leeyahay iyo wixii ku waajiba. Sidoo kalena waxaa lagu booriyaa inuu fuliyo sharciga kooxda xafidana sirta kooxda kana aadkaado saacada.

Intaa dabadeed tababaruhui wuxuu ku darayaa ciyartoyga diiwaankiisa u khaaska ah ee loo yaqaano diiwaanka farsamada ( technical list), ee ciyaartoyga kooxda iyo xulka kooxda (team players & selection team ) kaas oo  go'aankeeda iyo sirteeda uu leeyahay tababarahu ciyaartoyga safanaya, kuwa kaydka ah  iyo ciyaartoyga la laylinayo ee mustaqbalka kooxda iwm.

Digniin: Ciyaartoyga dabeecada xun waxaa ka xun ciyartoyga daaha badan.

“I want to further improve my world record and win the gold at the London Olympics in 2012” Haile Gebrselassie

Haile Gebrselassie took the real- Berlin Marathon in 2:06:08, missing his own world record of 2:03:59 after slowing considerably during the final seven kilometers Sunday.
But the great Ethiopian still broke a world record in the German capital. He had passed the 30km mark in 1:27:49. This time is still unofficial since official hand timing results were not available immediately after the race. Berlin race director Mark Milde had foreseen the possibility of a 30km record and had placed official timekeepers at that mark.

While Haile Gebrselassie became the first runner to win the Berlin Marathon for a fourth time (Uta Pippig, Renata Kokowska and Ingo Sensburg have three wins) Atsede Besuye made it an Ethiopian double triumph in Berlin. She took the women's race in a personal best of 2:24:47. Silvia Skvortsova (Russia) finished second with 2:26:24, while Mamitu Daska (Ethiopia) took third in her debut in 2.26:38.

The much anticipated duel between Duncan Kibet (Kenya), who remained the world leader this year with his 2:04:27 from Rotterdam, and Haile Gebrselassie had come to an early end, when the Kenyan dropped out after 30k. He had lost contact with the World record holder earlier in the race.

A record number of 40,923 runners from 122 nations had entered the 36th edition of the Berlin Marathon. Around one million spectators lined the streets. Weather conditions were very good for much of the race, though it got warm during the final stages with temperatures above 20° Celsius in the sun.

A group of seven pacemakers guided the two favorites Haile Gebrselassie and Duncan Kibet to split times that were well in schedule for a world record. The leading group passed 10km in 29:15 and 15 k in 43:58 minutes. This pace as well as the half marathon time of 61:44 minutes was good for an estimated finish of 2:03:30. But before the half way point was reached there was a surprise. From 19 kilometers onwards Duncan Kibet could no longer keep up with the speed of the leading group. He dropped back further and further and finally ended his race at the 32km point. Kibet suffered a hip problem which he developed during the race.

But Kibet’s problems had no influence on the pace of the leading group. Especially Kenyan half marathon runners John Kales and Sammy Kosgei did a great job, constantly clocking kilometre splits of around 2:55, 2:56 minutes.

The 30km point was reached after 1:27:49. While Kales had stopped his peacemaking job at 29km Kosgei carried on to 32km. It was shortly afterwards when Gebrselassie suddenly ran into problems, which had nothing to do with the withdrawal of the pacers. The Ethiopian’s step looked much heavier during the final seven kilometers. Now Gebrselassie needed well over three minutes for a kilometer. The 40th kilometer was probably the slowest he ever ran in a marathon: 3:19 minutes.

But at that time the World record had been out of reach for a while.

“Already after 33 kilometers I knew that I would not be able to break my world record today," confirmed the winner. "It simply got too warm. Suddenly I felt very tired, although I had been very well prepared for this race. But I have learnt today that it is not possible to run a world record in temperatures of 17 degrees Celsius or more. It may have been a bit of a mental problem as well. My head said to my body that it is getting too hard now. It felt as if I would run into unknown territory,” confirmed Gebrselassie, who earned 50,000 Euros for the win plus 30,000 of time bonuses.

Then he turned to Mark Milde and said: “If Mark would allow me to come back next year I will be back!”

Asked if he might give up on attempting attacking his world record in future Gebrselassie answered: “Come on, this is not a serious question. I will not stay home and sleep!” Talking about his future goals before the race Haile Gebrselassie had said: “I want to further improve my world record and win the gold at the London Olympics in 2012.”

Francis Kiprop meanwhile had shown a very strong race in Berlin on Sunday, when he was the fastest runner of the field in the second half. He covered this part in 62:46 minutes and achieved a personal best of 2:07:04. After the 35km mark it looked as if Kiprop might be even in for a major upset. At 25km he had still been 2:28 minutes behind Gebrselassie, but at 35km the Ethiopian’s advantage had been cut to 1:35. But then Kiprop could not quite keep his pace as well and so in the finish 56 seconds separated the two. Though when Gebrselassie learnt at the press conference how well Kiprop had done he congratulated Francis Kiprop and said: “You should have run with me!”

“Running in the chasing group we were a bit too slow in the first part, so I was not able to catch Haile,” said 27-year-old Kiprop. “But nonetheless I am satisfied, because I clocked a personal best.” The Kenyan had travelled to Berlin with a PB of 2:08:30.

As expected the Ethiopian women dominated the race in Berlin. But as in the men’s race there was an unexpected casualty of a favourite: Ethiopia’s Askale Tafa Magarsa, who had clocked a PB of 2:21:31 behind Irina Mikitenko (Germany) in last year’s race in Berlin, and at first had been in the leading group. But at half way she was already more than a minute behind. Shortly afterwards she dropped out. The three Ethiopian leaders – Genet Getaneh, Atsede Habtamu and Mamitu Daska – reached that point in 1:12:29.

After the 30km mark Mamitu Daska dropped back first, then five kilometers later Atsede was all on her own, when she had left Getaneh behind as well. The 21-year-old took the race with a personal best of 2:24:47.

There was plenty of action behind her, where Russia’s Silvia Skvortsova made up a lot of ground and came through to second in 2:26:24. While Mamitu Daska was third (2:26:38) Italy’s Rosaria Console also finished strongly, taking fourth place with 2:26:45. The first four women clocked personal bests.

"I am happy to have reached my goal and achieved a time of sub 2:25. From 30 k onwards I had problems with my left big toe, but despite this I felt strong and confident,” said Atsede Habtamu. (IAAF)