Adisabeba Ethiopia Sports
Ethiopia's sport is multi-faceted, although it is best known internationally for football, basketball and football, as well as other sports. Ethiopia joined the FIBA in 1949 and has a long history of success in basketball and other sports events. In the 1960s, however, the national team dropped out of African competition and wanted to return to former glory. Despite the lack of success of the national team, they were supported by a significant part of the population.
The nature of the sport, however, is determined by the agreement between the University of Ethiopia and the International Association of Athletics Federations (IACF) in the United States. To participate in extracurricular activities, students must establish or organize a club based on their interests and comprising at least five student members. All recognized clubs and student organizations have the right to organize sports events such as basketball, football, baseball, football, volleyball and other sports. The extracurricular activity of the students is an integral part of university life and is used for the development of the student body, the faculty and faculty, and the university as a whole.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that all pupils interested in extracurricular activities and sports are given a fair opportunity to do so. The university will build, provide, promote, entertain and promote recreational sports arenas on campus in a fair and equitable manner. This is based on university legislation (Articles 175 and 185) and is an institution for extra-curricular times. There is the right of the university - recognized students to initiate extracurricular activities and clubs.
In addition, the university will participate in the Sports Festival of the Government of Higher Education, which is based on the calendar of sports federations. The intra-university and campus sports competitions sponsored by the university are organised in accordance with the guidelines of the International Federation of University Sports Associations (IFSAA). There is also a policy against cane fighting, which is popular among the Surma and Nyangatom people, as it is a form of violence.
Kenenisa Bekele became the second man to win the event, while compatriot Tirunesh Dibaba became the first woman to win gold in the 5,000m and 10,000m. African nation won the Olympic marathon, setting a world record. The Ethiopian marathon runner, known for her brilliant finishing speed, has won gold at every Olympics except the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2012 London Olympics.
Ethiopia has won three medals in various world races, including the Olympics, while Lewis Michael Fletcher, who now lives in Peterborough, won four gold medals in the Ethiopian Para-Olympics.
Derartu Tulu became the first African woman to win Olympic gold in the 10,000 metres in Barcelona. In medium and long distance races, Kenya and Morocco are often opponents at World Championships and Olympic Games. She is known for winning the marathon in Rome in 1960, running barefoot.