Autobiography: Abraham Seaneke

Autobiography: Abraham Seaneke

Abraham Seaneke is a Ghanaian Male Professional Athlete. He has specialised in the Long Jump, the High Jump, and the Triple Jump events.

Early Life

Abraham Seaneke was born on May 31, 1996. The name of his parents is John Seaneke and Rebecca Allotey. Abraham was born in Kokrobite a suburb of the Greater Accra Region. Kokrobite is a very popular town in Greater Accra due to the presence of beaches alongside the Atlantic Ocean. There are a lot of beach resorts at the bank of the Atlantic Ocean and Kokrobite is one of them in the coastal areas, Ghana, West Africa.

Education

Abraham Seaneke attended his primary school at the Sunbeam International Academy at Kokrobite. He completed his primary education in 2006. Abraham continued his Junior High School at the same Sunbeam International Academy. He successfully passed his Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in 2009 and was admitted to the Ebenezer Senior High School in 2013. Ebenezer Senior High School is located at the heart of the Greater Accra Region, Dansoman. Dansoman is one of the largest cities in Accra. The place is popularly known because of its estates and it’s the grounds for Liberty Professionals Football Club.

He started his athletics career at a very tender age. Abraham developed a passion for athletics at a tender age. He was much admired by his neighborhood due to his hard work and enthusiasm for sports.

After he completed his second cycle of education, Abraham Seaneke got the chance to continue his tertiary education at the University of Ghana due to his athletic background. Abraham Seaneke was well known in the capital city as one of the best sports jumpers in the second cycle of education (senior high school). He was a student there from 2013 to 2017. Upon successful completion of the University of Ghana, Seaneke got the opportunity to travel abroad to continue his education and athletic career in the United States of America.

Abraham Seaneke is now pursuing his master’s in communication studies at West Taxes A&M University in the United States of America. He is also serving as a volunteer coach and training with his coaches at West Taxes A&M University.

Achievements in Ghana.

Seaneke is the record holder in the long, triple, and high jump in Ebenezer Senior High School, and the record still remains to date. He competed in the Milo Inter-School and Collegiate Regionals in the triple jump. Seaneke represented Greater Accra Region and won a silver medal in that event. The championship was held at Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi, Ashanti Region.

Seaneke was a three-time Greater Accra School Sports Association Champion. He won the high jump two times and the long jump respectively. Seaneke had a tremendous season during the 2016 Ghana University of Sports Association (GUSA) Games. He won gold in both long and triple jumps respectively which is very difficult for any student-athlete to do.

Abraham Seaneke has achieved a prestigious award in the United States of America. Abraham is now staying in Canyon Texas, United States.

Abraham Seaneke has been inducted into the Hall of Fame at the Texas Panhandle Sports. Autobiography: Abraham Seaneke.

Below is the link to all his achievements as a student-athlete from 2018-2019. The profile contains all his records, indoors and outdoors competitions. (gobuffsgo.com/sports/mes-track-and-field/roster/Abraham-seaneke/8027)

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