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Lists of Ghanaian Commonwealth Games Medalists

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The lists of all Ghanaian athletes who have won medals at the Commonwealth Games.

England, Cardiff 1958


Men’s High Jump: Robert Kotei – Bronze


Australia, Perth 1962


Flyweight: -Cassie Aryee – Silver

Bantamweight: Sammy Abbey – Silver

Lightweight: Eddie Blay- Gold

Light welterweight: Clement Quartey- Gold

Middleweight: Thomas Arimi – Silver

Light Heavyweight:: Jojo Miles – Silver



Men’s 4 x 110 yards: Silver (Bonner Mends, Bukari Bashiru, Michael Ocantey, Michael Ahey

Men’s 4 x 440 yards, Bronze (Ebenezer Quartey, Frederick Owusu, James Addy, and John Asare-Antwi)

Men’s Long Jump: Michael Ahey – Gold


Jamaica, Kingston 1966

Flyweight: Sulley Shuttu – Gold

Welterweight: Eddie Blay – Gold

Light Welterweight: Aaron Papoola – Silver

Middleweight: Joe Darkey – Gold

Heavyweight: Adonis Rey – Silver

Men’s 220 yards: Stanley Allotey – Gold

Featherweight: Amos Ajoo – Bronze

Light Middleweight: Robert Okine, Bronze

Men’s 4x 110 yards relay: – Gold (Ebenezer Addy, Bonner Mends, James Addy, and Stanley Allotey)


Scotland, Edinburgh 1970

Bantamweight: Sulley Shittu – Gold

Light Welterweight: Emmanuel Lawson – Bronze

Welterweight: Emmanuel Ankudey – Gold

Light Heavyweight: Victor Attivor – Bronze

Men’s 4x 100m Relay: Silver (Michael Ahey, James Addy, Edward Owusu, and George Daniels)

Women’s 100m: Alice Anum – Silver

Women’s 200m: Alice Anum – Silver


New Zealand, Christchurch 1974

Light Welterweight: Anthony Martey – Silver

Men’s 100m: Ohene Karikari – Bronze

Men’s 200m: George Daniels-Silver

Men’s 4x100m Relay: Silver (Albert Lomotey, Ohene Karkari, Kofi Okyir, George Daniels)

Men’s Triple Jump: Joshua Owusu-Gold

Moise Pomaney-Bronze

Men’s Long Jump: Joshua Owusu – Bronze

Women’s 200m: Alice Anum – Bronze

Women’s 4x100m: Bronze (Alice Anum, Hannah Afriyie, Josephine Ocran and Rose Asiedua)


Canada, Edmonton 1978

Featherweight: Azumah Nelson – Gold

Light Flyweight: Kid Sumaila – Bronze

Heavyweight: Adama Mensah – Silver

Brisbane 1982 – No medal was won

Edinburg 1986 – Did not attend

Auckland 1990

Middleweight: Joseph Laryea – Silver

Super Heavyweight: Liadi Alhassan – Silver


Bristish Colombia, Victoria 1994

Light Welterweight: Tijani Moro – Bronze

Kuala Lumper 1998

Lightweight: Raymond Narh – Gold

Light Middleweight: James Tony – Bronze

Light Heavyweight: Charles Adamu – Bronze

Super Heavyweight: Moyoyo Aloryi – Bronze

Triple Jump: Andrew Owusu- Silver


England, Manchester 2002

Heptathlon: Margaret Simpson – Bronze

Melbourne 2006

Heavyweight: Awusone Yekeni – Bronze

Long Jump: Ignatius Gaisah – Gold

Weightlifting (77kg) : Majeti Fetri – Gold


India, Delhi 2010

Heavyweight: Awusone Yekeni-Bronze

Long Jump: Ignatius Gaisah-Bronze

Women’s 4x 100m: Silver (Rosina Amenedede, Elizabeth Amolofo, Beatrice Gyaman and Janet Amponsah)

Women’s Para 1500(T54): Anita Fordjour – Bronze


Scotland, Glasgow 2014

Flyweight: Abdul Walid Omar – Bronze

Judo (Extra-Lightweight 60kg): Razak Abugri -Bronze

Gold Coast 2018

Light welterweight: Jesse Lartey – Bronze


England, Birmingham 2022

Lightweight: Abdul Walid Omar – Bronze

Featherweight: Joseph Commey – Silver

Bantamweight: Abraham Mensah – Silver

Long Jump: Deborah Acquah – Bronze

200 meters: Joseph Paul Amoah – Bronze

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Sekyere Richard has had a 10-year involvement in the sport of athletics. He holds a Diploma in Physical Fitness. Sekyere has experienced the sport as a middle/distance athlete, coach, and now journalist and blogger. Sekyere has published several articles on athletics from Ghanaian Athletics to World Athletics. He currently owns and manages the content and marketing development of Athletics Hour. "I am passionate about sports, love writing and interviewing, traveling, and meeting new athletes and coaches. I like to expose the hidden talents in the youth and I am always in search of talents across Ghana". I have volunteered in one of the biggest ultra-marathons in the world "The Elton Ultra Marathon in Russia. Covered many races in Ghana including ECOWAS CAA Region II Championship and multiple roads and track races in Ghana. In 2021, he launched the "Better Ghana Athletics Agenda", which will help support organisers, athletes and coaches in all directions.

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