Writing WASSCE And Training At The Same Time Is Not Easy For Me – Richard Kweitu (VIDEO)

Writing WASSCE And Training At The Same Time Is Not Easy For Me – Richard Kweitu (VIDEO)

Richard Kweitu is an upcoming Ghanaian amateur athlete from the Agona Swedru in the Central Region. Kweitu is specialising in distance running but he prefers to compete on the roads to tracks.  Richard has been a phenomenal and consistent athlete for the past 4 years now. Writing WASSCE and training at the same time is not easy for me – Richard Kweitu (VIDEO)

Kweitu is a student at Agona Swedru School of Business and he is currently writing his final West African Senior Certificate Examination (WASCE). Athleticshour.com has one on one interview and he disclosed this to us. Kweitu made a lot of revelations concerning his future and his athletic career. The full video will be uploaded to our official YouTube channel later.

“I’m training very well and strong now. But am writing my final West African Senior Certificate Examination so as it’s very difficult now. I don’t get the maximum time I want to use to train. At first, I used to train twice daily but now I train but not often. When I finish writing my paper, I eat, rest small and dress up for training. I usually run from Nyakrom to Swedru which I cover around 19km” said Kweitu.

Agona Swedru township has a hilly route, training there makes the athletes have a little bit of advantage. Asante Akyem Agogo Marathon route is similar to that of Agona Swedru. Athletes should be ready to run through a little hilly route coming Saturday 25 September.

The males will compete in a 24km route from Konongo – Agogo. Registration is still ongoing and it’s free. There will be free accommodation, transport, and dinner after the competition.

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June 2022
  1. Ibrahim, I’m proud of you. I pray you reach where ever you want to 🙏🏽🤲🏽📿 I hope to see you…

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