Breaking news
  1. 2020 YOG Medal Design Contest Begins
  2. Boxing In Liberia Takes A New Direction
  3. Liberian Sprinter Akeem Sirleaf Sets New Personal Best
  4. Robert Morris University Inducts Legendary Liberian Football Player Into Hall of Fame
  5. The Martial Arts Academy All Liberians Should Know

Olympics

Buenos Aires Medal Design Winner
February 15, 2019
2020 YOG Medal Design Contest Begins

The IOC just announced the Medal Design Competition for the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020.

Akeem Sirleaf
February 11, 2019
Liberian Sprinter Akeem Sirleaf Sets New Personal Best

Sirleaf attends North Carolina A&T as a junior. He is also on the Liberia National Track Team

Thanks for Support
November 1, 2018
Thank You All For The Support

If you have ever donated to an athlete’s competition or shared a story, THANK YOU!

October 31, 2018
Tokyo 2020 Will Also Include A Refugee Olympic Team

Tokyo 2020 will become the second Olympic Games to include a competing Refugee team.

September 14, 2018
IOC Chooses Senegal To Host 2022 Youth Olympic Games

From the 54 countries in Africa, the IOC considered four capable nations.

July 26, 2018
Happy 171ST Independence Day, Liberia!

Let’s take a look back at the Lonestar banner flying through the Olympic decades. Enjoy!

June 25, 2018
GoTeamLiberia.com Launches New Sports Federations Page

GoTeamLiberia.com hopes this new resource will provide athletes better information and add more transparency to sports development in Liberia.

April 6, 2018
Flashback Friday: 1996 Olympic Team

At the end of Liberia’s first civil war, these 6 individuals represented a war torn nation on the largest international sports stage.

April 5, 2018
Five Olympic Sports Liberia Would Dominate

Here are five Olympic sports that Liberians could dominate. What sports do you think the youth and young adults of Liberia could rise to new heights in?