By Efa Sunday; Live From Abuja
The Cross River contingent in the ongoing National Sport Festival (NSF) Abuja have bagged 5 Gold, 11 Silver and 5 Bronze to make a total of twenty-one (21) medal placing them at 19th position in the NSF ranking.
The team members who participated in only eight sports out a total of thirty-one, have medals in the following categories;
1. Men’s Weight Lifting 135kg Snatch (Felix Ekpo) – Gold
2. Women’s Table Tennis Team (Cecilia Otu Akpan Ime, Janet Friday, Vivian Oku and Ofoneme Ebong) – Gold
3. Women’s Table Tennis Double (Cecilia Otu Akpan and Janet Friday) – Gold
4. Men’s 10, 000 meters Marathon (Ishmael Sadjo) – Gold
5. Men’s 800 meters (Amaga Suji) – Gold
6. Women Table Tennis Singles (Cecilia Otu Akpan) – Silver
7. Men’s 75kg Snatch Weight Lifting (Felix Ekpo) – Silver
8. Men’s 135kg Clean and Jerk Weight Lifting (Felix Ekpo) – Silver
9. Women’s 50 meter Freestyle Swimming (Princess Ojibi) – Silver
10. Women’s Weight Lifting 64kg Weight; Snatch (Esther Patrick) – Silver
11. Women’s Weight Lifting 64kg Weight; Clean and Jerk (Esther Patrick) – Silver
12. Women’s Weight Lifting 75kg Weight; Snatch (Esther Patrick) – Silver
13. Men’s 84kg Boxing (Obono Ubi)- Silver
14. Men’s Wrestling (John Arikpo) – Silver
15. Women’s Wrestling (Rita Driva) Silver
16. Women’s Wrestling(Mary Bassey Effiom) – Silver
17. Men’s Weight Lifting 67kg (Felix Ekpo) – Bronze
18. Men’s Para-swimming (Charles Inyang) – Bronze
19. Men’s Table Tennis Double (Etim Orok and Solomon Mathias) – Bronze
20. Men’s Karate (Rostum Francis) – Bronze
21. Men’s Wrestling (Williams Bassey Bakassi) – Bronze.
Below are pictures of team Cross River State in the ongoing competition.
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