Watch All The Actions Of The Junior Olympics Championship
Watch all the videos of the maiden edition of the Junior Olympics Championships in HD on the Ghana Athletics (Ghana Track and Field) YouTube Channel.
The maiden of the Junior Olympics Championships has successfully been held at the Paa Joe Sports Stadium in Kumasi. The championship took place on 17th and 18th December 2021.
The championship lasted for two days and it was a memorable and lifetime experience for most of the athletes and fans.
- Felicia Awudi Shines At Junior Olympics Championships
- Meet Leslie Kojo Essuman Of Stars of the East Athletics Club
Meeting of two Ghanaian Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games athletes. The first time the Ghana 100m record holder step foot in Ghana again after his historic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Sarfo Ansah was the first local Ghanaian sprinter to run 10.14 seconds in the 100 metres dash in Ghana. He is also the fastest man in Ghana in 2021 after a record-breaking during the Ghana Fastest Human meet final in Kumasi.
The kids participate and meet their idols in athletics. Paa Joe Sports Stadium was absolutely joyous and the atmosphere was superb.
The memories would be there forever and history has been written already.
Watch all the actions during the two-day event and the side of attraction with the Olympian Benjamin Azamati and Olympian Sarfo Ansah.
- 46th SWAG Awards Full Winners – Benjamin Azamati and Deborah Acquah named athletes of the year.
- The 2022 World Athletics Label Road Race Calendar has been published
The event lasted for two days, which began on Friday, December 17th, and ended on Saturday, December 18th. In the inaugural event, over 200 competitors participated. Paa Joe Stadium Sports at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, hosted the historic event.
The Junior Olympics Championship was organised by Legon Creative Athletics Club (LCAC) and SeedAfrique in collaboration with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Sports Directorate and supported by the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA).