Commonwealth Games 2022: Men's 100m Semi-Final Start Lists

“I’m ready to put all that I’ve learned together and deliver a medal for Ghanaians” – Benjamin Azamati

The 2020 Tokyo Olympic 4×100m finalist and sprinter from Ghana, Benjamin Azamati, claims he is committed to winning laurel for Ghana at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.

The 100m record holder and a  former University of Ghana athlete claims that after years of training, it is finally time for Ghana to take home a medal in the sprint events.

Azamati clocked a time of 10.19s finishing the race ahead of Welshman, Jeremiah Azu to secure one of the two automatic spots in the semi-finals.

“It is not going to be easy for anybody to win a medal just like any other competition in the world, but I am ready to shoulder the expectations of Ghanaians,” he told Graphic Sports.

“I believe it is time to make our years of hard work pay and I can’t wait to achieve that.”

“I have been working hard all these years to become a champion but unfortunately I’m yet to achieve a personal record.

“The experience has been very good for my career and I’m ready to put all that I’ve learned together and deliver a medal for Ghanaians.”

 

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