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Aboasu Mohammed Hafiz won the men’s 800m final race in 1:59.12 at Ghana Athletics Zonal II Circuit Championships. The event was held on Saturday, 5th March 2022 at the Sunyani Senior High School in the Bono Region.

Ghana Revenue Authority – Customs Division’s Wilkinson Benjamin also placed second in 1:59.15 and Oduro Samuel also finished third in a time of 2:00.70 from the Bono Region.

Zonal II Games: Aboasu Mohammed wins the men’s 800m in Sunyani.

Pos Name Affiliation Time
1 Aboasu Mohammed Hafiz KNUST 1:59.12
2 Wilkinson Benjamin GRA-Customs Division 1:59.15
3 Oduro Samuel Bono Region 2:00.70
4 Mensah Isaac Ashanti Region 2:01.61
5 Okai Samuel Western North Region 2:02.44
6 Abbas Shaban Lord of Justice Athletics 2:03.06
7 Duodu Emmanuel Western North Region 2:04.12
8 Amidu Hamza AMASS 2:06.30
9 Kofi Paha Western North 2:07.11
10 Kwalai Adoma Emmanuel Ashanti 2:07.80
11 Accam Abraham Nuugmete UENR 2:08.40
12 Yeboah Henry Dapaah Western North 2:08.90
13 Samuel Asamoah Ashanti 2:09.62
14 Adobasom John Bono East 2:10.10
15 Chlinibe Stephen   2:12.36
  Dzorgbesi Kofi Germain Ashanti NT


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