Tokyo 2020: Benjamin Azamati Starts With Yohan Blake In Heat 7
Benjamin Azamati Starts With Yohan Blake In Heat 7
The Ghanaian 100m record holder in his Olympic debut has been drawn with the world’s second-fastest man Yohan Blake in the heat. Benjamin is expected to qualify to the semifinal in his heat.
Benjamin will be debuted and kick his Olympic campaign in a few hours’ time. Benjamin has won all his races in 2021 and has been on form in the past 5 years. He became Ghana’s Fastest man and later move to West Texas A&M University to continue his education.
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Benjamin Azamati from there has broken a lot of the school records both indoors and outdoors just within a single season. He continued to break the Ghana 100m national record as well. Benjamin Azamati starts with Yohan Blake in heat 7.
The start list of the heat 7 is very hot. Start time 19:00 Japan Time and 10:00 Ghana Time.
Rohan Browning from Australia with a personal best of 10.05 and a seasonal best of 10.05
Kojo Musah from Denmark with a personal best of 10.14 and a seasonal best of 10.14
Chijindu Ujah from Britain with a personal best of 9.96 and a seasonal best of 10.03
Jan Volko from Slovakia with a personal best of 10.13 and a seasonal best of 10.31
Yohan Blake from Jamaica with a personal best of 9.69 and a seasonal best of 9.95
Benjamin Azamati-Kwaku from Ghana with a personal best of 9.97 and a seasonal best of 9.97
Rodrigo Do Nascimento from Brazil with a personal best of 10.10 and a seasonal best of 10.15
Mario Burke from Barbados with a personal best of 9.98 and a seasonal best of 10.32
Yeykell Eliuth Romero from Nicaragua with a personal best of 10.50 and a seasonal best of 10.50
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