Can Edwin Gadayi Win The Ultimate Trophy Of The GNPC Ghana Fastest Human

Can Edwin Gadayi Win The Ultimate Trophy Of The GNPC Ghana Fastest Human 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣1️⃣

GNPC Ghana Fastest Human 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣1️⃣

Men Seniors Race For The Trophy 🏆

Ansah Sarfo  1️⃣0️⃣ points
Aggerh Barnabas  8️⃣ points
Botsio Isaac  6️⃣ points
Kwaku Solomon  5️⃣ points
Abdul Samini Rashid 4️⃣ points
Nyameye Joshua  3️⃣ points
Ibrahim Fuseini 2️⃣ points
Edwin Gadayi  1️⃣ points

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Why Gadayi Can Still Win The Trophy
There will be a significant change at the top three if Gadayi maintained the sprint finish he did in Kumasi. The race will be between these athletes Sarfo, Aggerh, Botsio and Kwaku. The majority polls went for Gadayi to win the Accra meet and the finals in Kumasi respectively. Can Edwin Gadayi Win The Ultimate Trophy Of The GNPC Ghana Fastest Human?

Edwin Gadayi
Gadayi is a Ghanaian Professional Athlete. Gadayi is the senior-most athlete in this year’s GNPC Ghana Fastest Human. During the 2020 Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) Games Edwin Gadayi managed to beat his Ghanaian national teammate, Benjamin Azamati, who is now the Ghana National 100m record holder to win gold in the men’s 200m final.

Edwin Gadayi finished the race in 21.490 seconds. Gadayi can win both meets in Accra and the finals in Kumasi but he can’t be crowned the winner according to the accumulated points When he wins both total 2️⃣1️⃣ points.

The accumulated points
According to the race organisers, the accumulated points will not be used to determine the overall winner of the event. The event is still on and coming this Saturday 10th April at the University of Ghana Sports Stadium in Accra the second preliminary round will follow suit. This year’s event has attracted the interest of international athletes from other countries. But it will depend on the final race which will be held at the Paa Joe Sports Stadium, Kumasi.

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June 2022
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