All posts by Janelle Madeah

LIBERIAN SOCIAL GROUP COMES TOGETHER TO RAISE MONEY FOR LIBERIA’S OLYMPIANS

The value is not in the money.   The value is in the cooperation.” – Samuel Koimene

On August 4, Samuel Komiene decided to take action.  He, along with friends: Angelo Koimene, Thomas Yolain, and Chris Konneh make up “The Herd”, a group that symbolizes unity and togetherness.  The Herd is responsible for the $10,000 “Supporting Our Own: Olympian” GoFundMe Campaign circulating around the internet. In 14 days, the campaign raised $1,990, but still has a long way to go.  Below, Samuel shares what inspired him and his friends to start the campaign and how he plans to get the money to the athletes.

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FIVE OLYMPIC SPORTS LIBERIA WOULD DOMINATE

Training and competing in sports can be expensive, but the rewards far exceed the costs. Here are five Olympic sports that Liberians could dominate, with a little support and training. The Liberian Youth and Sports Ministry should consider investing in these activities.

1. Track & Field

The beauty of Track & Field is the numerous events composed of running, throwing, and jumping. Liberia has had competitors in the decathlon, 100m, 4x100m relay, 400m, and 400m hurdles; but none on the field.

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