CWG 2022 - Isaac Botsio To Represent Ghana In Birmingham

CWG 2022 – Isaac Botsio To Represent Ghana In Birmingham

University of Ghana’s (UG) top-rated sprinter Isaac Botsio will be representing Ghana in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, Great Britain.

Botsio has been a high form since he joined the UG, Legon sprinters team. He has been on laurels in any of the competitions he has embarked on. CWG 2022 – Isaac Botsio to represent Ghana In Birmingham in the Commonwealth Games which is scheduled to take place from July 28 to August 8.

The UG 4×100m relay team has never lost any race before since 2021 from the Ghana Armed Forces Open Championship that was held at the Elwak Sports Stadium.

The quartet won both heat and the final. Botsio has been a pivotal anchor in this relay team.

He has been also winning in the 100m dash.

His stats at the 10th All African Universities Games, Nairobi Kenya

100m: 10.33 – 3rd
4x100m: 39.38 – 1st
4x400m: 3:15.55 – 2nd
The University of Ghana Legon 4 x 100m Relay Team that run an incredible time of 39.38s to Win the Gold medal
James Dadzie,
Solomon Kweku Hammond
Isaac Botsio
Saminu Abdul Razak

Other athletes include:


  1. Mary Boakye – 4x100m relay (Local student athlete)
  2. Latifa Ali – 4x100m relay (Foreign student athlete)
  3. Halutie Hor – 4x100m relay (Foreign based athlete)
  4. Gifty Oku Kwakyewaa – 4x100m relay (Local student-athlete)
  5. Deborah Acquah – long jump & 4x100m relay (Foreign student-athlete)
  6. Abigail Kwarteng – High Jump (Foreign student-athlete)
  7. Rose Amonimaa Yeboah – High Jump (Local student-athlete)
  8. Martha Bissah – 800m and 1500m (Local based athlete)


  1. Benjamin Kwaku Azamati – 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay (Foreign student-athlete)
  2. Joseph Paul Amoah – 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay (Foreign)
  3. Sean Safo Antwi – 100m & 4x100m relay (Foreign)
  4. Isaac Botsio –  4x100m relay (Local student-athlete)
  5. Barnabas Agerh – 4x100m relay (Local student-athlete)
  6. Alex Amankwa – 800m (Foreign based athlete)


OLY Andrew Owusu

Christopher Darko-Amankrah


Bawah Fuseini, Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Athletics Association.

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