- For Ghana’s Emmanuel Dasor, it is a dream come true to represent his nation and the African continent at the IAAF World Championships London 2017.
- He write on his Facebook account: “Chase your dream not people “.
When the former T. I. Amass student lines up in the men’s 400m at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, he would have competed in most of the world renowned athletics events in his international career.
In a career spanning 2012 to 2017, the Western Kentucky University student has represented Ghana at the IAAF World Juniors, Commonwealth Games, CAA Championships, All Africa Games and at the 2016 Rio Olympics last year.
He won silver as a member of the men’s 4*100m relay team at the 2014 CAA Championships and bronze in the men’s 4*100m at the 2015 All Africa Games.
He wrote his name into Ghana athletics folklore when he run a splendid anchor as the men’s 4*400m broke the national record at the 2015 Warri Relays.
The 22 year old qualified for the Worlds posting a personal best 45.43s at an NCAA D1 event earlier in the season and will line up alongside the worlds 400m greats, especially his idol Wayde Van Niekerk in London.
Dasor goes to London ranked 41st in the World as at 23rd July, 2017. The dream is on. Keep dreaming bruv!!!!