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Access Bank Lagos City Marathon 2019 Few Days To Go

You either step forward in growth, or step back into safety…step forward and we’ll be here to support you. Access […]

The First Lagos State Secondary School Relays Championship

The First Lagos State Secondary School Relays Championship last week was amazing!! If you missed the event, here are some […]

Stand up!!! For the Champions FAB-5 Football Challenge

Stand up!!! For the Champions FAB-5 Football Challenge 2017 Omololu Primary School Surulere #BrighterFootballer#SportLiversHere

Throwback to the #GTBankPrincipalsCup finals

Throwback to the #GTBankPrincipalsCup finals – season 8 which took place at the Teslim Balogun Stadium.

#WorldWaterDay

Water speeds up your metabolism, cleans the body of toxins and generally helps to make everything in your body run smoothly.

It’s no secret that up to 60% of the human body is comprised of water. But did you know that on any given day you lose 64 ounces of water through perspiration (16 ounces from your feet alone)?

Unless you’re working out, most of this perspiration goes unnoticed. But our body is constantly regulating its temperature through sweat. Even when you’re sitting in a chair, typing on your computer, your body is still maintaining a healthy core temperature.

We both know that water consumption is imperative for maintaining hydration. But keeping up with that kind of diminishing supply can seem difficult.

In the battle to stay hydrated, it sometimes feels like the only option is countless trips to the bathroom. But before you move your office into the second stall, let’s figure out just how much water you should be consuming each day.

The recommended water consumption can vary based on age, weight, sex, activity level, and the climate you live in. But generally speaking, women should drink 90 ounces (11 cups) of fluids per day and men should drink 125 ounces (16 cups) per day.

Lagos State Sports Commission – Moments at the recently concluded Access Bank Lagos City Marathon 2019.

OUR VISION : To create and sustain a sports culture/industry in Lagos.

OUR MISSION : To make Lagos Africa’s sports hub within 3 years

Lagos State Sports Commission (LSSC) was created from the defunct Office of Sports in the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Social Development (MYSSD) and Lagos State Sports Council via an Executive Order EO/AA01 dated 17 June 2015 by His Excellency Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, Governor of Lagos State. While the Law to provide for the Commission was signed into law by the Governor on 1st of February 2017.

Its Administrative Headquarters is at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere Lagos opposite the famous National Stadium. While the annex Office that houses the Offices of the various Sporting Associations is situated at Rowe Park Sports Complex, Hebert Macaulay Way, Casino Bus Stop, Yaba, Lagos.

The Commission has thirteen (13) Sports Facilities that includes Four (4) Stadia which are ; The Teslim Balogun Stadium located at Surulere, Onikan Stadium, Lagos Island, Agege Stadium and Campos Mini Stadium situated at Agege and Lagos Island respectively.

It has under its supervision Thirty- Five (35) Sports Associations saddled with the responsibility of grassroots sports development from primary to secondary schools.