William Amponsah Ghanaian Athlete
William Amponsah is a Ghanaian national athlete. He is specialising in middle and long-distance events respectively. He was born on 11 December 1999 at Agona Swedru in the Central Region to Mr. Albert Amponsah and Mrs. Josephine Amponsah. He attended both his primary and junior high education at St. Anthony Catholic ‘A’ School at Agona Swedru. He later continued his senior high education at Swedru School of Business from 2014-2017. William Amponsah Ghanaian Athlete.
Half Marathon: 1:02:51 *et* National Record (Sekondi-Takoradi Marathon, 2020)
University of Education, Winneba
Central Region Schools and Colleges Sports Association 5000m (1st Position). Central Region Schools and Colleges Sports Association, Zone Two Inter-School Athletics Competition 5000m (2nd Position). Milo Marathon (42.2km) 6th Position.
Accra Marathon (21k) 2nd Position. Kwahu South District Assembly Marathon (1st Position). Swedru Akwambo Marathon 17km (1st Position)
Dubai Marathon Place (M/W)21. Dubai Marathon Place (AC)3. ECOWAS U-20 Athletics Championship (5000m) 1St Position (14.25 record-holder). ECOWAS U-20 Athletics Championship (1500m) 2nd Position. Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) Circuit Championship (10,000m) 1st Position. Asante Akyem Marathon Challenge 12km (1st Position)
GF Sport Cross Country 12km (1st Position) 33:12sec (Championship Record). Kwahu Mountain Marathon in 2:29 min (1st Position) Championship Record. 2019 National Cross Country at Mpohor 10km (2nd Position) 30min.16sec
National Cross Country Championship 12km in 35:49.34 (1st) *et* in Ghana. Sekondi-Takoradi Marathon 21km in 1:02.51 (National Record)
Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) Region II Championships 21km in 1:05.2 in Nigeria *et* (1st) Asante Akyem Marathon Challenge 21km in 1:12.39 (1st) *et*. 13.11 Good Day Energy Cross Country (1st) 12km -38:48. Fish FM Marathon Challenge – 10km -1st place.
26.02 National Cross Country Championship – Akim Oda – 10km – 28:16.71 – 1st. Commonwealth Games, Birmingham – 5000m – 13:51.63 – 13th -national record. Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) Cross Country Competition – 1okm – 29:17 – 1st
Last updated – 11.27.2021, 02.03.2022, 08.13.2022
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