Breaking News: GAA Warns Participants of Tamale Marathon To Face Possible Sanctions
GAA Warns Participants of Tamale Marathon To Face Possible Sanctions
The Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) has sent a very strong warning to the coaches and the athletes who will be competing in Tamale Marathon tomorrow that they will face possible sanctions. GAA warns participants of the Tamale Marathon to face possible Sanctions.
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The maiden edition of the Tamale Marathon is on Saturday, 6 November 2021. The mega event is yet to go down in history as the first-ever competitive road race event to be held in the Northern Sector of Ghana.
According to GAA, the race is not sanctioned by them and which deem it illegal, and if any athlete wants to be part of the national team, he or she must not compete in any unsanctioned races.
The race organisers are yet to comment on this alleged issue of whether or not the event will still go ahead or postpone.
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Most of the coaches and athletes are in distress and don’t know what to do again.
So if the race is being postponed or canceled are they going to refund their transportation for them?
If so who will refund that amount?
GAA said that the race organisers were not able to meet the requirements they were giving to them.