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XI African Games
2015 All-Africa Games.png
Host cityBrazzaville, Republic of the Congo
Nations participating54 (projected)
Athletes participating15,000 (projected athletes, coaches, officials)[1]
Events323 in 20 sports
Opening ceremony4 September 2015
Closing ceremony19 September 2015
Officially opened byDenis Sassou Nguesso
President of the Republic of the Congo
Torch lighterChristoffer Mafoumbi
Main venueKintele Stadium
WebsiteCojabrazzaville2015.com

The 11th African Games took place from September 4–19, 2015 in Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo.[2] This edition marked the 50th anniversary of the Games, as well as their return to Brazzaville, which hosted the first edition in 1965.

Host awarding

Ghana,[3] Kenya[4] and Congo all showed interest in bidding for the 11th edition of the Games. On September 14, 2011, the Supreme Council for Sports in Africa awarded the rights to Brazzaville to host.[5]

Name change

In January 2012 during the Executive Council meeting of the African Union held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia was taken a decision for the name change from All-Africa Games to African Games. The 11th edition of Brazzaville 2015 started under this new name.[6]

Opening ceremony

The opening ceremony was held on 4 September 2015 at the newly built Kintele Stadium. Congolese national anthem started the ceremony, performed by Abel Mona.[7] Parade of nations then started with Mozambique entering first as the previous host in 2011 and Republic of Congo came out last as the current host. In the artistic sequence, performers dressed with the colors of Congolese flag formed the word bienvenue (welcome) and followed by various dances and the lighting of the torch.

Participating nations

A map of Republic of the Congo with Brazzaville marked in the south of the country.
A map of Republic of the Congo with Brazzaville marked in the south of the country.
Brazzaville
Location of Brazzaville in Republic of the Congo.
All countries participating in the 2015 All-Africa Games in green. Host country ( Republic of the Congo) in red.

The Sahrawi Republic were to take part in the games for the first time, however, because the country was not yet affiliated with the international federations of the sports that it had intended to attend, the Congolese organising committee determined its athletes could not participate.[8][9]

  •  Algeria (235)
  •  Angola
  •  Benin
  •  Botswana
  •  Burkina Faso
  •  Burundi
  •  Cameroon
  •  Cape Verde
  •  Central African Republic
  •  Chad (40)
  •  Comoros
  •  Republic of the Congo (host)
  •  Ivory Coast
  •  Djibouti
  •  Democratic Republic of the Congo
  •  Egypt (298)[10]
  •  Equatorial Guinea
  •  Eritrea
  •  Ethiopia
  •  Gabon
  •  The Gambia
  •  Ghana
  •  Guinea
  •  Guinea-Bissau
  •  Kenya (364)[11]
  •  Lesotho
  •  Liberia (7)[12]
  •  Libya
  •  Madagascar
  •  Malawi
  •  Mali
  •  Mauritania
  •  Mauritius
  •  Mozambique
  •  Namibia (79)[13]
  •  Niger
  •  Nigeria (573)[14]
  •  Rwanda
  • Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic Sahrawi Republic
  •  São Tomé and Príncipe
  •  Senegal (287)
  •  Seychelles
  •  Sierra Leone
  •  Somalia
  •  South Africa (150)[15]
  •  South Sudan
  •  Sudan (90)
  •  Swaziland
  •  Tanzania
  •  Togo
  •  Tunisia (111)[16]
  •  Uganda
  •  Zambia
  •  Zimbabwe

Sports

22 separate sports have been announced for the 2015 African Games (2 demonstration), and two additional disability sports (Athletics and Weightlifting):[17]

Calendar

The schedule of the games was as follows. The calendar is to be completed with event finals information.[18]

 OC  Opening ceremony  ●   Event competitions  1  Event finals  CC  Closing ceremony
September 2nd
Wed
3rd
Thu
4th
Fri
5th
Sat
6th
Sun
7th
Mon
8th
Tue
9th
Wed
10th
Thu
11th
Fri
12th
Sat
13th
Sun
14th
Mon
15th
Tue
16th
Wed
17th
Thu
18th
Fri
19th
Sat
Events
Ceremonies OC CC
Athletics    4       12       9       8       13    46
Badminton    2       2    4
Basketball    2    2
Beach volleyball    2    2
Boxing    13    13
Cycling    2       2       1       1    6
Football    2    2
Fencing    2       2       2       3       3    12
Gymnastics    2       2       4       4       4    16
Handball    2    2
Judo    5       5       4    14
Karate    5       4    9
Pétanque
Swimming    7       8       8       6       6       7    42
Table tennis
Taekwondo    8       8    16
Tennis
Volleyball    2    2
Weightlifting
Wrestling 14
Total events 4 4 6 14 14 12 8 8 8 9 14 10 19 13 8 23 8 2
Cumulative total 4 8 14 28 42 54 62 70 78 87 101 111 130 143 151 174 182 184
September 2nd
Wed
3rd
Thu
4th
Fri
5th
Sat
6th
Sun
7th
Mon
8th
Tue
9th
Wed
10th
Thu
11th
Fri
12th
Sat
13th
Sun
14th
Mon
15th
Tue
16th
Wed
17th
Thu
18th
Fri
19th
Sat
Events

Venues

Brazzaville
Kintélé Sports Complex
Brazzavile Brazzaville
Kintele Aquatic Complex
Capacity: 2,000
Palais des Sports
Capacity: 10,134
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Venues used in these Games mostly located in the new Kintele Sport Complex in the northern part of Brazzaville[19] and the existing Alphonse Massemba-Débat Sport Complex. The list below shows venues used in these Games.[20][21][22][23]

Kintele Sports Complex

Venue Capacity Sports
Kintele Stadium 60,056 Athletics, Football, Ceremonies
Palais des Sports 10,134 Handball, Karate
Kintele Aquatic Complex 2,000 Swimming
Kintele Tennis Courts 1,000 Tennis
Beach Volleyball Arena Beach volleyball
Petanque Field Petanque

Other venues

Venue Capacity Sports
Stade Alphonse Massemba-Débat 17,000 Football
Hall des Pompiers Pharaons boxing
Gymnase Révolution 3,000 Badminton, Table tennis
Massamba Debat Gymnasium 3,000 Volleyball, Wrestling
Makelekele Gymnasium 3,000 Basketball, Gymnastics
Talangaï Gymnasium 10,000 Boxing, Judo, Taekwondo

Medal table

323 medal events in 20 sports (consist of 2 para sports but exclude 2 demonstration sports).

Key

  *   Host nation (Congo)

RankNOCGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Egypt (EGY)856468217
2 Nigeria (NGR)475542144
3 South Africa (RSA)414137119
4 Algeria (ALG)404136117
5 Tunisia (TUN)23264190
6 Republic of the Congo (CGO)*841931
7 Senegal (SEN)7101936
8 Kenya (KEN)791733
9 Cameroon (CMR)781631
10 Ethiopia (ETH)751022
11 Ivory Coast (CIV)741526
12 Namibia (NAM)54615
13 Mauritius (MRI)54514
14 Angola (ANG)43512
 Seychelles (SEY)43512
16 Libya (LBA)35816
17 Botswana (BOT)34714
18 Eritrea (ERI)3115
19 Zimbabwe (ZIM)3069
20 Ghana (GHA)29819
21 Democratic Republic of the Congo (COD)241016
22 Mali (MLI)21710
23 Rwanda (RWA)2024
24 Mozambique (MOZ)1326
25 Burkina Faso (BUR)1146
26 Uganda (UGA)1124
27 Cape Verde (CPV)1102
28 Niger (NIG)1012
 Zambia (ZAM)1012
30 Gabon (GAB)0347
31 Benin (BEN)0325
32 Togo (TOG)0213
33 Madagascar (MAD)0167
34 Djibouti (DJI)0101
 Sudan (SUD)0101
 The Gambia (GAM)0101
37 Chad (CHA)0022
38 Guinea (GUI)0011
 Guinea-Bissau (GBS)0011
 Lesotho (LES)0011
Totals (40 NOCs)3233234181064

Source: [24][25]

Broadcasters

Territory Broadcaster
 Botswana Botswana TV
 Republic of the Congo TeleCongo
 Democratic Republic of the Congo RTNC
 Egypt ERTU
Sub-Saharan Africa Canal+ Afrique
SuperSport
Africa 24
Flag of the Arab League.svg Middle East and North Africa beIN Sports
 Senegal RTS
 South Africa SuperSport
SABC
Other countries BrazzaTV (Website)

Source: [26]

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