Ghanas Performance at CAA Senior African Championships

Ghana’s Performance at CAA Senior African Championships

The Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) 22nd Senior African Championships was held in Mauritius. The event commenced on Wednesday, 8th and ended on Sunday, 12th June at the Cote d’Or National Sports Complex.

Ghana was able to send 4 athletes to represent the nation in the tournament.

The contingents were; Rose Amoaniamaa Yeboah, Sean Safo-Antwi, Joseph Paul Amoah and Duncan Agyeman.

Ghana won only one medal in the Women’s High Jump by Rose Amoaniamaa Yeboah. Ghana’s performance at CAA Senior African Championships.

Rose Amoaniamaa Yeboah (High Jump)

Rose won Gold Medal in the women’s long jump. She cleared the bar at 1.79m.

Results

  1. Yeboah Rose, GHA – 1.79m
  2. Adeshina Temiyope, NGR – 1.79m
  3. Robson Yvonne, RSA – 1.79
  4. Siba Rhizlane, MAR – 1.76m
  5. Seyama Erikah, SWZ – 1.73m
  6. De Clerk Shanese, RAS – 1.73m
  7. Jansen Van Rensburg Mia, RSA – 1.73m
  8. Bisher Ayten, EGY – 1.70m
  9. jack Nyajuok Mach, ETH – 1.60m
  10. Balley Fatoumata, GUI – 0.00
  11. Kouotche Kevine Linda, CMR – 0.00
  12. Tetndap Nsangou Aboubakar Sidick, CMR – 0.00
  13. Zoungrana Fatimata, BUR – 0.00
  14. Mahmoud Rana, EGY – 0.00
  15. Alaoui Fatima Zahra, MAR – 0.00

Joseph Paul Amoah (200m)

Joe qualified to the semi final in the men’s 200m dash. He made 20.62 thereby topping his heat 2 of 8. In the semi final finished 4th in 20.70.

Heat 2

  1. Amoah Joseph Paul, GHA – 20.52 Q
  2. Eseme Emmanuel Alobwede, CMR – 20.54 Q
  3. Okezie Chidi, NGR – 20.84 q
  4. Liffa Stern, MAW – 20.88 q
  5. Maaroufuo Hachim, COM – 20.91 q
  6. Geldenhuys Ivan Danny, NAM – 21.32
  7. Rasoamanana Cyrille, REU – 21.35
  8. Amaae Ahmed, LBA – 21.57

Semi Final Heat 1

  1. Munyai Clarence, RSA – 20.52 Q
  2. Eseme Emmanuel, CMR – 20.73 (20.726) Q
  3. Cisse Gue Arthur, CIV – 20.73 (20.729) q
  4. Amoah Joseph Paul, GHA – 20.89
  5. Maganga Gorra Guy, GAB – 21.12
  6. Maaroufou Hachim, COM – 21.24
  7. Asamba Dan, KEN – 21.79
  8. Matadi Emmanuel B, LBR – DNF

Sean Safo-Antwi (100m)

Sean also qualified to the semis in the heat. He made a time of 10.28 and placed 3rd in heat 2 of 8. He finished 6th overall in heat 1 in the semis and made a time of 10.31.

Heat 2

  1. Emmanuel Alowede Eseme, CMR – 10.17
  2. Sirleaf Akeem, LBR – 10.25
  3. Safo-Antwi Sean, GHA – 10.28
  4. Siame Sydney, ZAM – 10.35
  5. Abay Locho Kiyonga, ETH – 10.88
  6. Gwerendende Carlos, ZIm – DNS
  7. Rakotoarinirina Natenaina, MAD – DNS
  8. Tirani Elias, TAN – DNS

Semi Final Hea 1

  1. Omanyala Ferdinand, KEN – 10.07 Q
  2. Hainuca Gilbert Maseko, NAM – 10.15 Q
  3. Bibi Noa, MRI – 10.24 q
  4. Sirleaf Akeem, LBR – 10.25
  5. Makusha Ngomi, ZIM – 10.29
  6. Safo-Antwi Sean, GHA – 10.31
  7. Koneshe Mojela Eugene, LES – 10.40
  8. Matsenjwa Sibusiso, SWz – 10.41

 

Agyeman Duncan (400m)

Agyeman run in the heat 2 of 7 and he finished 4th overall in 48.50 which couldn’t qualify him to the semi final

Heat 2

  1. Glassi Mohamed Farres, TUN – 46.52 Q
  2.  Luchembe Kennedy, ZAM – 46.93 Q
  3. Wegi Yobsan Biru, ETH – 47.55 Q
  4. Agyeman Duncan, GHA – 48.50 
  5. Thiel Semi, SSD – 48.57
  6. Benandro Sylvain, MAD – 49.01
  7. Mawishi Gerren, ZIM – DNF
  8. Sirleaf Akeem, LBR – DNS

FULL RESULTS

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