Emmanuel Okoli

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Emmanuel Okoli
Born (1973-11-13)November 13, 1973
Nationality Nigerian
Occupation Track and field

Emmanuel Okoli (born 13 November 1973) is a retired Nigerian sprinter who specialized in the 400 metres. Okoli finished fifth in 4 x 400 metres relay at the 1992 Summer Olympics with teammates Hassan Bosso, Sunday Bada and Udeme Ekpeyong.[1]

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  1. ^ Athletics - men's 4x400 m - Full Olympians

<Emmanuel Okoli (born 13 November 1973) is a retired Nigerian sprinter who specialized in the 400 meters. Okoli finished fifth in 4 x 400 metres relay at the 1992 Summer Olympics with teammates Hassan Bosso, Sunday Bada and Udeme Ekpeyong.[1] 400 meters 45.73 Lagos Nigeria 1994; 200 meters 20.71 Kitchener, Ontario 1995. Silver Medalist in 4x400 meters relay at the 1993 African Athletics Championship, Duban, South African. Finished fourth in 4x400 meters relay at the 1994 Commonwealth Games, Victoria, Canada; Finished sixth in 400 meters at the 1992 World Junior Athletics Championship, Seoul, South Korea. He is the author of "Osondu", "De Cry Of The Unborn", "The Crown Of My Aspiration", "I Change My Mind, Sometimes", and "Sister's What Shall We Do?"/>

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