Ghana’s Sprinters Head to the World Athletics Relays in Pursuit of Olympic Qualification


Ghana is preparing to compete in the 2024 World Athletics Relays championship, set to be held at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas from May 4-5, 2024.


This event holds significant importance as an Olympic qualifier and draws top athletes from more than 40 countries. Ghana’s main goal is to secure qualification for the men’s 4 x 100m relay team for the upcoming Olympic Games in Paris, France.

The Ghanaian 4x100m men’s relay team, currently ranked 15th globally, is focused on earning points or securing automatic qualification. They recently participated in the 2023 African Games and the Penn Relays, finishing second on both occasions behind Nigeria and Jamaica.

Despite Benjamin Azamati’s absence from the Penn Relays, he has joined forces with Ibrahim Fuseini, Isaac Botsio, Sean Safo-Antwi, and Joseph Paul Amoah to enhance Ghana’s chances of Olympic qualification.

Bawa Fuseini, head of Ghana Athletics, remains hopeful about the sprinters’ performance and believes in their ability to qualify both individually and as a relay team before the June deadline. He encourages corporate Ghana to invest in supporting these athletes as they strive for qualification in the upcoming championship.

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Source : Graphic Online

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