Ghana sprinter Joseph Amoah has admitted hardwork helped Ghana’s relay team in reaching the final of the 4×100 event at the Tokyo Olympics.

Amoah run the final leg of the men’s 4×100 semi-final which saw Ghana qualify to the finals.

The quartet of Sean Safo-Antwi, Benjamin Azamati, Emmanuel Yeboah and Joseph Paul Amoah, finished fifth in the semi-finals.

We work hard for moments like this - Joseph Amoah admits after Ghana reaches 4x100 final
From L-R: Emmanuel Yeboah, Joseph Paul Amoah, Sean Safo-Antwi and Benjamin Azamati,

The team run a time of 38.08s breaking 24-year-old national record in the process.

Amoah in a tweet after the race revealed how hard the team worked for this moment.

“We work super hard for moments like this. Finals gonna be different”

Ghana will be in lane 2 in the final for the men’s 4×100 which comes off on August 6.

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