Bankadi Cross-Country 2021
Bankadi Cross-Country 2021 (Register)
The Bankadi Cross-Country and health walk event is a new race that is being organised by the Ghana Tourism Authority in collaboration with Bankadi Association.
The maiden edition of the Bakandi Cross-Country event will be held in the Bono East Region. The mega event is slated for 19th November 2021 at Kintampo.
Kintampo is popularly known as one of the most famous tourist sites in Ghana, West Africa. The Kintampo Water Falls is among the best waterfalls in Africa. Every year tens and thousands of foreigners come to Ghana and visit the famous tourist site.
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The maiden edition theme of the Bankadi Cross-Country and health walk is: Uniting Kintampo through sports.
“A letter has been sent to the Ghana Athletics Association for approval of the route and race. We hope they will honor our letter affirmatively. All athletes are to register for free and the prize money will be announced later” said the race organisers to athleticshour.com Bankadi Cross-Country 2021 (register).
For registration and further inquiries contact: 0541181639, 0249928318, 0244196085.
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Race: Bankadi Cross-Country
Terrain: Road race
Place: Bono East Region
Date: November 19, 2021
Previous editions: Maiden Edition
Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) remarks: Pending for approval
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