Felicia Awudi Shines At Junior Olympics Championships

Felicia Awudi Shines At Junior Olympics Championships

Ghana’s sensational female junior athlete Felicia Awudi emerged as the winner in 100 metres dash in the under 20 category at the Junior Olympics Championships.

In 2021, she has been phenomenal and consistent on the track. She was among the top under 18 fastest female athletes in the country. She trains under the famous Coach Amuzu Logozu who is also the head coach of Greater Accra Regional Athletics. Felicia is a member of Amuzu Athletics Club which is based in Accra.

The event lasted two days, beginning on Friday, December 17th, and ending on Saturday, December 18th. In the inaugural event, over 200 competitors participated. Paa Joe Stadium Sports at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, hosted the event.

Felicia’s stats during the Junior Olympics Championships

Heat 2

  1. Felicia Awudi – 13.01
  2. Aisha Ibrahim –13.05
  3. Queenstar Osei Bonsu –14.01
  4. Faustine Sarfo –14.42
  5. Francisca Aba Simpson -15.32


  1. Felicia Awudi – 12.89
  2. Aisha Ibrahim – 12.96
  3. Sarah Maawe – 13.91
  4. Patience Abena Asantewaah –13.92
  5. Latifa Mustapha – 14.40
  6. Queenstar Osei Bonsu- 14.50
  7. Sandra Esaah -14.58

Felicia’s 2021 Season Review

GNPC Ghana Fastest Human (Under 18 prelims heat 2) 100m in 12:78 *et*, GNPC Ghana Fastest Human Final (Under 18) 100m (3rd) in 12:51 *et*. 17.12.21 and 18.12.21Junior Olympics Championships (Under 13) Heats – 100m in 13.01 (1st place). Junior Olympics Championships (Under 13) Final – 100m  in 12.89 (1st place)

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The Junior Olympics competition is open to all regions and was organised by Legon Creative Athletics Club and SeedAfrique in collaboration with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Sports Directorate.

Source: www.athleticshour.com

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