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Cadman Evans Dufu Yamoah clearing his record setting hurdle
Cadman Evans Dufu Yamoah clearing his record setting hurdle

Ongoing GUSA Games: UG sweeps athletics medals

The University of Ghana (UG) athletics team won 23 medals in the athletics competition at this year’s Ghana Universities Sports Association (GUSA) Games at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in the Ashanti Region.

Martha Bissah
Martha Bissah

Kwaku Nimako: Bissah's behaviour a shocker

A former national athlete, Kwaku Nimako, has appealed to the Minister for Youth and Sports, Mustapha Ussif, to institute a probe into the recent apology letter signed by former Junior Olympics gold medallist, Martha Bissah, which was authored by the National Sports Authority(NSA).

Martha Bissah
Martha Bissah

Martha Bissah pleads with Sports Ministry to save Tokyo Olympics dream

Ghanaian middle distance athlete Martha Bissah has made a passionate appeal to the Minister of Youth and Sports, Mustapha Ussif, and the president of the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) to help overturn a ban placed on him by the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) which has prevented her for competing for the country since 2015.

Albert Nukpeza- Former chief athletics coach
Albert Nukpeza- Former chief athletics coach

Albert Nukpeza: Don’t put hopes in 2023 African Games

Former chief athletics coach, Albert Nukpeza, has stressed the need for the nation to double up her efforts in grooming talents to compete for laurels at the 2023 African Games or forget about winning medals.

We welcome another round peg in a round hole

When Lawyer Prosper Addo was appointed recently as our GFA General Secretary we saw him as a Round Peg in a Round Hole. And last month, Mr Alex Kotey was appointed as the FA’s new Referees Manager. He cannot but be described as another Round Peg. Meaning that he is very suitable and qualified for the position. His duties are rather many.

Roland Amarteifio competing in a race
Roland Amarteifio competing in a race

Two US-based athletes eye Japan 2020 with Ghana

Two young athletes of Ghanaian parentage based in the United States of America (USA), Roland and Remy Amarteifio have taken a bold step towards being part of Ghana’s plans for the next Olympic Games to be hosted by Japan in the year 2020.

Ghana Swimming Federation treasurer made CANA Executive member

Miss Farida Ayishatu Iddrissu, Treasurer of the Ghana Swimming Federation (GSF) was last Sunday voted as an Executive member onto the Confederation of African Nations Amateur (CANA) Zone 2 Executive Board which consists of 22 West and Central African countries.

Taekwondo athletes, officials threaten to boycott National Sports Festival

The unsettled fight for the leadership of the Greater Accra Regional Taekwondo Association is threatening to undermine the ongoing National Sports Festival in Kumasi, with the Regional Member Associations (RMA)’s of the Ghana Taekwondo Federation (GTF) threatening to boycott the August 31-September 7 competition in Kumasi, should the National Sports Authority (NSA) allow “unqualified athletes” to take part in the taekwondo competition.

The RMAs, which form the regional arms of the national federation, say they would not recognise a group of unqualified athletes brought to Kumasi by Mr Norbert Amefu, a rival claimant to the leadership of the Greater Accra Regional Association leadership.

Ghana aathletics is dying — Lutterodt

Former Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) chief, George Haldane-Lutterodt, says he fears for the future of athletics after a fourth unsuccessful attempt by the nation’s athletes to qualify to the final of any athletics event at the ongoing World Athletics Championships.

Mr Lutterodt has, therefore called for a Presidential intervention to save the sport from total collapse after another poor show at the ongoing World Athletics Championships in London.


Basketball clinic for childern


Children under the ages of 10 and 15 would have the opportunity to meet NBA star, David West, at an innovative coaching clinic to train and mentor them.

The clinic, which is slated for August 15, would be held at the University of Ghana basketball courts at Legon.

Officials present at the competition in a group picture
Officials present at the competition in a group picture

Thrills at Ghana’s Fastest Human event

Samuel Asare of Prempeh College won the 100 metres race in a time of 10.78 sec. during the 2017 Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC) Ghana’s Fastest Human Contest held at the University of Ghana Legon Athletics Stadium.

Asare thrills fans at GNPC Ghana’s Fastest Human

Samuel Asare of Prempeh College won the 100m race with a time of 10.78s in the 2017 GNPC Ghana’s Fastest Human held at the University of Ghana Athletics Stadium last Saturday.

Charles Bilson of Cape Coast clocked 10.79 s. to take the second position in the keenly contested race with Charles Korsah of Winneba clocking 10.83s. to take the third position.

Nadia Chika Eke in action during the Trinidad & Tobago  competition
Nadia Chika Eke in action during the Trinidad & Tobago competition

Nadia Eke appeals for financial support - To prepare for competitions

US-based Ghanaian athlete, Nadia Chika Eke, has made a passionate appeal to corporate bodies, institutions, philanthropists and individuals to support her financially to enable her prepare adequately to participate in international athletic competitions, particularly, next month’s Athletics World Championship in London.

Officials of GNPC, organisers and some athletics legends pose with the men’s 100m winner Desmond Aryee and the two runners-up

Aryee wins at GNPC Ghana Fastest Human

There was a major upset in Kumasi last Saturday as a student of the University of Ghana, Desmond Aryee, beat home favourite Charles Okyere to win the men’s 100m race in the Ashanti zone of the GNPC Ghana Fastest Human in a time 10.41 sec.

Okyere, the Ashanti Region-based sprinter who was highly tipped by the local fans to carry the day, crossed the finish line 0.09 seconds later much to the dismay of the fans.

GNPC Ghana's Fastest Human rocks Kumasi Saturday

The nationwide hunt for talented sprinters hits the Garden City on Saturday with young athletes from the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo regions set to participate in the third leg of the GNPC Ghana’s Fastest Human competition.

More than 5,000 participants are expected to converge on the Paa Joe Park at KNUST in Kumasi to compete in an open 100-metre sprints challenge for places in the grand finale where they will be joined by winners from the Central and Northern zones.

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