CAIRO- Algerian men’s volleyball team defeated Chad 3 sets to 0 on Monday in a match played, in Cairo, as part of the 2nd day of group D of the African Nations Championships.
TUNIS- Algeria's rowing team has ranked second at the African championships (seniors, juniors and U-23) with 19 medals overall (8 gold, 9 silver and 2 bronze).
DJELFA- Algerian Bengayou Abderaouf from Atlas Blideen won the fifth stage of Algeria Cycling Tour (TAC 2017), raced Sunday between Laghouat and Djelfa, while the leader’s yellow jersey went to Moroccan Hida Abdellah.
BEJAIA-Algeria has shattered eight African and one world records at the first Afro-Mediterranean Powerlifting Championships, which wrapped up Saturday in Bejaia.
LAGHOUAT - Algerian Hamza Yacine of the GS Pétroliers club claimed the fourth stage of the Algeria Cycling Tour 2017 (TAC-2017), run Saturday between Ghardaïa and Laghouat, while Tunisian Ali Nouisri kept the yellow jersey of leader.
AMMAN- Algeria's kickboxing team has raked second at the 9th Arab Kickboxing Championships, which wrapped up Friday in the Jordanian capital, Amman.
GHARDAIA- Algerian Azzedine Lagad, from GS Petroliers won the third stage of the Cycling Tour of Algeria 2017 (TAC-2017) raced Friday, between Ouargla and Ghardaia while Tunisia’s Ali Nouisri kept the leader’s yellow jersey.
AMMAN-The Algerian Kick-boxing team won 3 gold, 6 silver and 5 bronze medals before the last round of the 9th Arab Kick-boxing championship.
ALGIERS- Rabah Madjer, the new coach of the national football team affirmed on Thursday that he intended to work in a "complementary and coherent" manner with his two assistants, former players Meziane Ighil and Djamel Menad. The former FC Porto player replaced Spanish Lucas Alcaraz, sacked over the team's poor performance.
BEJAIA- The first Afro-Mediterranean Powerlifting Championships kicked off Thursday in Bejaia (263-km east of Algiers) with the participation of 105 powerlifters from nine countries, including Algeria.