Solomon Hammond Wins 100m in 10.35 at Cape Coast- Video
Solomon Hammond Wins 100m in 10.35 at Cape Coast- Video – University of Ghana’s phenomenal sprint athlete Solomon Kwaku Hammond picked the first spot in the final of the men’s 100m at the Local Organising Committee for the 13th African Games (LOC) Invitational Championship at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Friday in Central Region.
Hammond, 20, improved his winning time in the heat (10.51) as he prevailed in the race.
Botsio attempted to stage an upset by outrunning Hammond in a heated contest that had ex-record-holders Leo Myles-Miles and Prof. Andrew Owusu watching from the stands.
Hammond (10.35) went neck-to-neck with Botsio (10.50) in the first 50m of the race with Edwin Gadayi breathing down on their necks in third place.
- Solomon Hammond – 10.35
- Botsio Isaac – 10.50
- Gadayi Edwin – 10.65
- Opoku Richmond -11.10
- Mensah Frank – 11.13
- Musa Iddrisu – 11.15
- Shaibu Marizuk – 11.79
–Samiu Abdul Rasheed – NT