GNPC Ghana Fastest Human Final Date Is Set

GNPC Ghana Fastest Human Final Date Is Set

The most awaited track event in Ghana is set for this coming Saturday. The GNPC Ghana Fastest Human is arguable one of the best competitions in Ghana and West Africa. This year’s organization has been superb and improved version of all the GNPC Ghana Fastest Human competitions which has been held in the subsequent years. GNPC Ghana Fastest Human Final Date Is Set.

Although we are not in normal times as the covid-19 pandemic has caused a great harm to our athletics. The pandemic has rendered most of the competitions to be postponed and later canceled. The organisers of this prestigious event went on to organise the first meet in Cape Coast Sports Stadium, Central Region  and the turnout was overwhelming. The second meet was held at the University of Ghana Sports Stadium in Accra and the athletes came massively to compete. The preliminary round in Accra brought in some international athletes from our neighboring countries to come and try and run Olympic Qualifying Time for Tokyo.

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The GNPC Ghana Fastest Human has unearthed great talents in the country, it was the same event that the current Ghana Record Holder in the 100m, Benjamin Azamati, the Ghana Record Holder in the 200m, Joseph Paul Amoah and the Ghana sensation female athlete Latifa Ali of Coppin State University in the United States of America, the Ghana legend and great sprinter Emmanuel Dasor were all discovered.

This year’s competition is also centered on four major senior local athletes who are favorites to win the overall trophy. In the junior female category is Benedicta Kwartemaa a final year student of Osei Kyeretwie Senior High School she won both Cape Coast and Accra meet respectively and in the junior male category is the sensational upcoming Fletcher EKu Gabriel from the Ashanti region. GNPC Ghana Fastest Human Final Date Is Set.

In the male category are Edwin Gadayi a student of University of Cape Coast, he won the Accra meet and Sarfo Ansah , the winner of the Cape Coast meet and a student of University of Development Studies are the main characters to be watched coming Saturday.

The female category is also much packed with the rivalry of the current reigning Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) Games 100m champion Kate Agyeman a student of University of Development Studies and Grace Obour the current 400m African Bronze Medalist and a student of the University of Ghana are the main athletes to watch.

This year’s final is given the title President Nana Akuffo Addo’s Trophy and is slated for 15th May, 2021 at the Paa Joe Sports Stadium in Kumasi, Ashanti Region.

By Sekyere Richard

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July 2022
  1. Ibrahim, I’m proud of you. I pray you reach where ever you want to 🙏🏽🤲🏽📿 I hope to see you…

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