As we all know, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is still ongoing and some African countries happen to be part of it; including the Republic of Ghana. The activities that happen there include football, swimming, racing, boxing and many others. Indeed, Africans are making us proud especially in Ghana.
Tokyo2020:Ghana sets a new record, finishes ahead of USA and qualify for final in men’s 4x100m relay
The mens 4x100m relay came off a few hours ago at the Japan National Stadium (the official Olympic stadium for Tokyo2020). Benjamin Kwaku Azamati, Joseph Paul Amoah, Joseph Oduro Manu and Sean Safo-Antwi are Ghana’s representatives for the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay.
After the fail of Azamatsi Ghana's 100-meter sprinter to secure his position in the men 100-meter sprint, all hope is not lost as Joseph Paul Amoah has made it to the finals. The country should support him in prayer to keep fit as he continues to lift the flag of Ghana high to the world in the ongoing Olympics Game.
Ghana's 200m record holder, Joseph Paul Amoah has qualified for the semi finals stage of the 200m men's event at the ongoing Olympic Games in Tokyo-Japan. The Ghanaian sprinter currently ranked 71st on the world ranking ran in the 200m dash at the 2020 Olympic Games earlier on Tuesday morning.
Top Ghanaian sprinter – Joseph Paul Amoah who was the first athlete to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will not run in the100 meters dash. He has explained why he dropped 100m and go for the 200 m and the 4x100m. Despite qualifying for the men’s 100m event having ran of 10.01 seconds at the 2019 NCAA Division I Championships, the 24-year-old sprinter has decided not to run in the 100m at the Summer Olympics in Japan.
Barcelona has allowed female players to move into the club's training centre. Nine players from the club's youth system will combine their studies with football by moving into La Masia. It is the first time female athletes have been allowed to live in the Spanish side's facilities.