6th African cross-country championships: 12 countries to compete in Hammamet

The Hammamet Gulf course will host this Sunday February 25, 2024, the 6th edition of the African cross-country championships which recorded the participation of 12 countries as announced by the Tunisian Athletics Federation on his Facebook official page.


This event will bring together the best athletes of the continent especially Kenya which has entered about thirty participants in order to preserve their African leadership.

The participating countries are Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Kenya, Angola, Ethiopia, Seychelles, Liberia, Congo, Cap-vert, Uganda and Tunisia.

The last edition of the African cross-country championships was hosted by Algeria in 2028. The following edition was scheduled in 2020 in Togo and then postponed to 2021 because of the covid-19 before being cancelled.

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