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Meet The Fastest Ghanaian Athlete Whose 100m World Record Was Beaten By Usain Bolt In 2009

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Ghana is one of the African countries who is blessed with lots of individuals who are talented in diverse ways as their gifts showcase itself ones they’re given the opportunity to display them.

Due to their respective talents, abilities and just to mention but a few, they’ve been able to achieve the unexpected and aside rising to enormous fame, they’ve also won lots of hearts around the world.

Usain Bolt of Jamaica is currently holding the World record for the fastest Man alive after winning the 100 meters race with a record time of 9.58 seconds at the 2008 IAAF world championship.

However, the fastest athlete who set the unexpected record and was recently broken by Jamaican athlete, Usain Bolt was as a Ghanaian.

The 23 years old Benjamin Azamati, was a Ghanaian sprinter who set the world ablaze with his astonishing 100 meter race record time.

Benjamin Azamati set up a new National record after clocking an astonishing 9.97 seconds for the feat at the Texas Relays breaking the Ghanaian 100m record of 9.98 set back in 1999 by Leo Myles-Mills to book a ticket to the Tokyo 2021 Olympics.

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