Deborah Acquah’s Texas A&M University Are NCAA Championships Runner-Up
Deborah Acquah has helped her university to clinch the second position in the just ended NCAA Division I Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon in the United States of America.
The Ghanaian sensation female athlete Deborah Acquah has successfully competed in the NCCA Division I Track & Field Championship. Deborah Acquah qualified for both long and triple jumps respectively.
Deborah represented her school Texas A&M University in the NCCA National Championships in Eugene, Oregon. She has had a tremendous season where by setting a new Ghana National Long Jump Record and school records earlier this year.
Deborah Acquah’s season in the first quarter of 2021 at Texas A&M University.
She broke the 14 year Ghana Long Jump Record which was held by Rukyatu Abdulai.
She set a new Triple Jump Record in her school.
She won the SEC Championships.
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She defended the SEC title again.
She also qualified for both Triple and Long Jumps in the NCCA National Championships.
NCCA Division I Outdoor Championships Runner-up in the female category.
Finish seventh overall in the Triple Jump.
Finish fourth overall in the Long Jump.
She has earned All – American honors in the Triple Jump and the Long Jump First Team.
Acquired most points in Texas A&M Track & Field history in the NCAA National Championship in the female category. Deborah Acquah’s Texas A&M University are NCAA Championships runner-up.
Currently Deborah Acquah is training ahead to be able to get the Tokyo Olympic Qualifying Time in both the Triple and Long Jumps.
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She is one of the athletes who has been consistent in the past three years and her times has been improving gradually. Deborah is a genius Triple and Long Jump athlete Ghana had gotten now.
Deborah Acquah has her eyes set on the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games which will be held few months ahead of us.
By Sekyere Richard