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Coe: IAAF has “responsibility to protect” female athletes

International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe believes the athletics world governing body has a "responsibility to protect" female athletes, following the ruling preventing Caster Semenya from competing at the World Championships in Doha. Semenya will not defend...

Jepkosgei obliterates world 10km record

Joyciline Jepkosgei broke the world 10km record* at the Birell Prague Grand Prix, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on Saturday (9). The 23-year-old Kenyan clocked 29:43 to smash through the 30-minute barrier and break her own record of 30:04,...

GAA salutes athletes and supporters for 2019 Africa Games

GHANA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SALUTES ATHLETES AND SUPPORTERS FOR THE 2019 AFRICA GAMES The Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) congratulates Ghana’s athletes and coaches for the gallant display that saw Team Ghana register among the medal-winning nations at the 2019 African...

GUSA GAMES 2018: Day 4 Roundup

We continue our coverage of the 2018 Ghana University Sports Association Games (GUSA Games) with a wrap up of events on day 4. There are highlights of athletics, table tennis and football events. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhCRte23sEY&feature=youtu.be

Kwame Adjei beats Malik Yakubu to GAA Circuit men’s 10,000m gold

n the first major upset at the GAA'e Circuit Championships in Sekondi, he Ashanti region's Kwame Adjie beat favourite Malik Yakubu to first place in the men's 10,000m, crossing the finish line in 31minutes:46.19 while Malik Yakubu took second...

Devers crowned Queen of the sprint

AGAINST THE ODDS A true champion, Yolanda Gail Devers’ track success came after years of misdiagnosed health problems. The American failed to qualify for the 1988 South Korean Olympics games in Seoul due to symptoms of an enlarged thyroid caused...

Dina Asher becomes first British athlete to win a world 200m title

Dina Asher-Smith became the first British athlete to win a world 200m title, dominating the final at the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha tonight. The result seemed inevitable after Olympic champion Elaine Thompson and dual world champion Dafne Schippers...

Uganda’s Joshua Cheptegei clinches first 10,000m title at Doha 2019

Uganda’s Joshua Cheptegei won what is regarded as the toughest race on the planet at the World Cross Country in Denmark in March, and needed to draw on the same resources to win his first world 10,000m title in...

Video: GUSA GAMES 2018: Day 6 Roundup (athletics)

The latest highlights of activities at the 25th Ghana University Sports Association Games in Tamale which took place between 4-20 January, 2018.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtrzgxEMZZg&t=79s

Caster Semenya is the athlete to beat in the women’s 800m at London 2017

Sponsored by Ethiopian  Airlines, London 2017 on Liquid Sports Ghana. The last time Caster Semenya was beaten over 800m was almost two years ago, as she was eliminated at the semifinal stage of the IAAF World Championships in Beijing. In...

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GPL to go on one month break

The Premier League Board has confirmed in a statement that the Ghana Premier League is to go on a one month break to pave...