Commonwealth Games 2022: Alex Amankwah clocks 1:48.26 qualify to final

Commonwealth Games 2022: Alex Amankwah clocks 1:48.26 qualify to final

Commonwealth Games 2022: Alex Amankwah clocks 1:48.26 qualify to final – Ghana’s Alex Amankwah has booked a spot in the finals of the men’s 800m race at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

The Ghanaian sprinter clocked in at a time of 1:48:26 to sail through to the final in the games. The final of the men’s 800m is scheduled to take place on Sunday, 7 August at the Alexander Stadium.

Ghana’s Alex Amankwah is through to the finals of the 800m at the commonwealth games. Time to revenge errors from the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. It a well deserved for this man who has worked so hard this year to get to this point.

Overall he finished 6th after all the heats were completed.

Heat 3

Rank Order Bib Name Time
1 4 1861 Ben PATTISON


1:48.00 Q
2 6 2624 Wyclife KINYAMAL


1:48.15 Q
3 8 1949 Alex AMANKWA


1:48.26 q
4 7 3504 Handal ROBAN


5 3 1337 Tshepiso MASALELA


6 2 2019 Quamel PRINCE


7 5 3595 Nicholas LANDEAU




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Qualification Rules: First 2 in each heat (Q) and the next 2 fastest (q) advance to the Final

By Athleticshour

Sekyere Richard has had a 10-year involvement in the sport of athletics. He holds a Diploma in Physical Fitness. Sekyere has experienced the sport as a middle/distance athlete, coach, and now journalist and blogger. Sekyere has published several articles on athletics from Ghanaian Athletics to World Athletics. He currently owns and manages the content and marketing development of Athletics Hour. "I am passionate about sports, love writing and interviewing, traveling, and meeting new athletes and coaches. I like to expose the hidden talents in the youth and I am always in search of talents across Ghana". I have volunteered in one of the biggest ultra-marathons in the world "The Elton Ultra Marathon in Russia. Covered many races in Ghana including ECOWAS CAA Region II Championship and multiple roads and track races in Ghana. In 2021, he launched the "Better Ghana Athletics Agenda", which will help support organisers, athletes and coaches in all directions.

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