The Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) has released its list of athletes for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
The 14 listed athletes are expected to participate in seven different events, most of which will be sprints.
The national record holders in the men’s 100m, men’s 200m, women’s high jump, and women’s long jump have all been included in the list released by the GAA.
Athletes in both the men's and women’s 4x100m relay events were also included.
The athletes are part of a larger squad that will represent Ghana at the multi-sport event, which will take place from January 28 to August 8, 2022, and will include athletes from other sports such as boxing, swimming, and other disciplines.
The following are the athletes and their sports:
- Benjamin Kwaku Azamati – 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay
- Joseph Paul Amoah – 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay
- Sean Safo Antwi – 100m & 4x100m relay
- Isaac Botsio – 4x100m relay
- Barnabas Agerh – 4x100m relay
- Alex Amankwa – 800m
- Mary Boakye – 4x100m relay
- Latifa Ali – 4x100m relay
- Halutie Hor – 4x100m relay
- Gifty Oku Kwakyewaa – 4x100m relay
- Deborah Acquah – long jump & 4x100m relay
- Abigail Kwarteng – High Jump
- Rose Amonimaa Yeboah – High Jump
- Martha Bissah – 1500m & 800m
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