Editor’s note: This is a continuation of our project to find the ‘Greatest Ghanaian Athletes of All Time. This week, we compile the list of Ghana’s medalists at the IAAF organised events, Commonwealth Games, African Championships and the All African Games.

STORY:
When 1976 Olympic 100m and 200m champion Donald Quarrie told me at the London 2012 Olympics that “Ghana should be a force in athletics,” he was making a statement based on his knowledge of Ghana athletics and Ghana’s past achievements.

Quarrie, who was the Usain Bolt of the 70s, raced against some of the best Ghanaian athletes of that era at the Commonwealth Games and at the Olympics.

The country’s first medal at what was then known as the British Empire and Commonwealth Games came at the 1958 edition of the gams through high jumper Robert Kotei who won bronze with a jump of 2.00m. Kotei later becameba soldier and a politician, and was tragically executed in the 1979 June 4th uprising in Ghana.

But Ghana left an indelible mark on the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games stunning host nation Jamaica when Stanley Allottey stormed to a gold medal in the 220yards final in a then championship record 20.65. Allotey later anchored Ghana’s 4x110yard relay to another gold medal.

It seems those performances left a good impression on Quarrie, the Jamaican great, who competed in 5 Olympic Games and won 4 Olympic medals during his career.

Quarrie enjoyed a particularly healthy rivalry and friendship with his Ghanaian competitors especially sprinter George Daniels.

“I remember George Daniels a good friend of mine and he was an outstanding athlete and I keep saying, where are the other Ghanaian athletes? Quarrie queried when reflecting on the fact Ghana had presented only three athletes at the London 2012 Olympics.

Daniels anchored Ghana to silver in the 4x100m relay final at the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Scotland in a relay team that also included the great Ghanaian sprinter and long jump legend Michael Ahey.

That competition is also best remembered for the heroics of another sprint legend Alice Annum who won double silver in the 100m and 200m finals.

Four years later, Daniels won silver in the 200m while Ohene Karikari claimed a bronze medal in the 100m final at the 1974 Commonwealth Games in New Zealand. The duo were part of the 4x100m relay silver medal winning team.

Meanwhile Alice Annum continued her exploits with a bronze medal in the 200m while anchoring the 4x100m to win bronze. Three members of the relay team Hannah Afriyie, Rose Asiedua and Josephine Ocran became very important members of the national team years on.

Ghana missed out on medals for the next 5 editions of the Commonwealth Games. The red gold and green returned to the medal table in 1998 when Andrew Owusu clinched silver in the triple jump.

More to come in subsequent write ups…

Below are the statistics of Ghana’s medalists at major championships from 1958 to 2020:
GHANA’S IAAF CHAMPIONSHIPS MEDALISTS

3rd IAAF World Cup: September 4–6, 1981, Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Ernest Obeng(Africa) 100M 10.20 SILVER

2005 World Championships in Athletics: Helsinki, Finland. 6–14 August EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Margaret Simpson Heptathlon 6375pts BRONZE
Ignisious Gaisah Long jump 8.34M SILVER

2006 World Indoor Championships Moscow, Russia
Ignisious Gaisah Long jump 8.30M GOLD

NO GHANAIAN HAS MEDALED AT THE OLYMPICS

GHANA’S GREATEST COMMONWEALTH GAMES ALL TIME PERFORMANCES

1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games EVENT RESULT MEDAL DATE OF BIRTH
Robert Kotei High jump 2.00M BRONZE
Ghana won a medal.
Total NO. of Nations: 13

1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games: Perth, Australia. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Bonner Mends
Bukari Bashiru
Michael Okantey
Michael Ahey 4 × 110 yards relay
40.74 SILVER
Ebenezer Quartey
Frederick Owusu
James Addy
John Asare-Antwi 4 × 440 yards relay 3:11.2 BRONZE
Michael Ahey Long jump
26 ft 5 in (8.05 m) GOLD
Ghana placed 6th overall with 3 medals: 1G 1S 1B= 3

Totals (14 nations)

1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games: KINGSTON, JAMAICA. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Stanley Allotey 220 yards 20.65 GR GOLD
Bonner Mends
Ebenezer Addy
James Addy
Stanley Allotey 4×110 yards relay 39.8 GR GOLD
Ghana placed 7th overall with 2 medals: 2G 0S 0B

Totals (17 nations)

1970 Commonwealth Games: EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND- 17–25 July EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Michael Ahey
James Addy
Edward Owusu
George Daniels 4 × 100M 39.82 SILVER
Alice Anum 100M 11.32(+5.3m/s) SILVER
Alice Anum 200M 22.86(+4.0m/s) SILVER
Ghana placed 11th overall with 4 silver medals.
Totals (15 nations)

1974 Commonwealth Games: Christchurch, New Zealand.
25 January- 2 February. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
MEN
Ohene Karikari 100M 10.51(+0.8m/s) BRONZE
George Daniels 200M 20.97(-0.6m/s) SILVER
Albert Lomotey
Ohene Karikari
Kofi Okyir
George Daniels 4 × 100M
39.61
SILVER

Joshua Owusu Long jump 7.75M BRONZE
Joshua Owusu Triple jump 16.50M GOLD
Moise Pomaney Triple jump 16.23M BRONZE
WOMEN
Alice Annum 200M 22.90(+0.2m/s) BRONZE
Alice Annum
Hannah Afriyie
Josephine Ocran
Rose Asiedua 4X100M 44.35 BRONZE
Ghana placed 8th overall with 8 medals: 1G 2S 5B= 8.
Totals (15 nations)

1978 Commonwealth Games: EDMONTON, CANADA EVENT RESULT MEDAL
NO MEDAL

1982 Commonwealth Games:
Queensland, Australia from 30 September to 9 October 1982. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
NO MEDAL

1986 Commonwealth Games:
Edinburgh, Scotland EVENT RESULT MEDAL
DID NOT ATTEND

1990 Commonwealth Games:
Auckland, New Zealand from 24 January – 3 February 1990 EVENT RESULT MEDAL
NO MEDAL

1994 Commonwealth Games:
Victoria, Canada, from 18 to 28 August. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
NO MEDAL

1998 Commonwealth Games: KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA- 16–21 SEPTEMBER EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Andrew Owusu Triple jump 17.03M SILVER
Ghana placed 18th overall and won a silver medal.

2002 Commonwealth Games: MANCHESTER, UK- 26–30 JULY EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Margaret Simpson Heptathlon 5906 points BRONZE
Ghana placed 21st overall and won a bronze medal.
Total nations: 71

2006 Commonwealth Games: MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA-19 MARCH to 25 MARCH. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Ignisious Gaisah Long jump 8.20M GOLD
Ghana placed 11th overall after winning a gold medal.
Total nations: 63

2010 Commonwealth Games: NEW DELHI, INDIA- 6-14 OCTOBER EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Ignisious Gaisah Long jump 8.12M BRONZE
Rosina Amenebede
Elizabeth Amolofo
Beatrice Gyaman
Janet Amponsah 4X100M 45.24 SILVER
Total nations: 61

2014 Commonwealth Games: GLASGOW, SCOTLAND
27 July – 2 AUGUST EVENT RESULT MEDAL
NO MEDAL

2018 Commonwealth Games: GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA. APRIL EVENT RESULT MEDAL
NO MEDAL

GHANA’S GREATEST AFRICAN ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS OF ALL TIME PERFORMANCES
WOMEN
1979 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: 2–5 AUGUST. DAKAR, SENEGAL EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Hannah Afriyie 100M 11.56 SILVER
Hannah Afriyie 200M 23.81 GOLD
Grace Bakari 400M 53.33 GOLD
Jeanette Yawson LONG JUMP 6.04m BRONZE
Ghana 4 × 100M 45.63 GOLD
Ghana 4 × 400M 3:41.8a GOLD
MEN
Ernest Obeng 100M 10.54 GOLD

1982 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. CAIRO, EGYPT EVENT RESULT MEDAL
MEN
Ernest Obeng 100M 10.20 GOLD

1984 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. RABAT MOROCCO- August 12 to August 15 EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Doris Wiredu 100M 11.88 GOLD
Grace Armah 100M 11.98 BRONZE
Mercy Addy 200M 24.42 SILVER
Mercy Addy 400M 56.36 BRONZE
Ghana 4 × 100M 46.20 SILVER
Ghana 4 × 400M 3:45.96m SILVER

1985 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. CAIRO, EGYPT EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Doris Wiredu 100M 11.82 SILVER
Martha Appiah 200M 24.10 BRONZE
Doris Wiredu 400M 53.62 SILVER
Grace Bakari 400M 53.72 BRONZE
Grace Armah Long jump 6.01 m SILVER
Ghana 4 x 100m 45.08 GOLD
Ghana 4 × 400m 3:42.32 BRONZE

1988 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. ANNABA, ALGERIA EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Martha Appiah 200m 23.72 SILVER
Veronica Bawuah 200m 24.35 BRONZE
Mercy Addy 400m 52.88 BRONZE
Dinah Yankey 100mh 13.94 SILVER
Juliana Yendork Long jump 5.70m GOLD
Ghana 4 × 100m 44.68 GOLD
MEN
John Myles-Mills 100m 10.25 GOLD
Emmanuel Tuffour 200m 21.00 SILVER
Ghana 4 × 100m 39.44 SILVER

1989 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: LAGOS, NIGERIA. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Dinah Yankey 100mh 13.68 GOLD
Ghana 4 × 100m 45.4 SILVER
MEN
Salaam Gariba 100m 10.64 SILVER
Nelson Boateng 200m 20.84 BRONZE
Akwasi Abrefa 110mh 14.56 BRONZE
Eugene Koranteng Triple jump 16.83 GOLD

1990 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: CAIRO, EGYPT. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Helena Amoako 200m 24.36 BRONZE
Dinah Yankey 100mh 13.55 GOLD
Ghana 4 × 100m 45.87 SILVER

1992 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: MAURITIUS-25 and 28 JUNE EVENT RESULT MEDAL
MEN
Emmanuel Tuffour 200m 21.28 SILVER
John Myles-Mills 200m 21.31 BRONZE
Francis Dodoo Triple jump 16.43 SILVER

1993 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: SOUTH AFRICA 23- 27 JUNE EVENT RESULT MEDAL
MEN
Nelson Boateng 100m 10.55 BRONZE
Nelson Boateng 200m 21.01 BRONZE
Ibrahim Hassan 400m 45.90 SILVER
Ghana 4 × 100m 39.53 GOLD

WOMEN
Ghana 4x 400m 3:39.66 BRONZE

1998 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: SENEGAL 18-22 AUGUST EVENT RESULT MEDAL
MEN
Leonard Myles-Mills 100m 10.10 BRONZE
Mark Anthony Awere Long jump 7.77m BRONZE
Andrew Owusu Triple jump 17.23 CR GOLD
Ghana 4x100m 43.89 BRONZE

2000 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS:
ALGERIA, 12-15 July EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Monica Twum 100m 11.47 BRONZE
Ghana 4 x 100 m 43.99 GOLD

MEN
Abdul Aziz Zakari 100m 10.13 GOLD
Kenneth Andam 100m 10.33 BRONZE
Abdul Aziz Zakari 200m 20.23 GOLD
Andrew Owusu Triple jump 16.69m GOLD
Samuel Okantey Triple jump 16.69m SILVER
Ghana 4 x 100 m 39.90 GOLD

2002 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: TUNISIA, AUGUST EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Women
Georgina Sowah
Vida Bruce
Gifty Addy
Aisha Primang 4x100M 47.41 BRONZE
Margaret Simpson Heptathlon 6105pts GOLD

MEN
Abdul Aziz Zakari 200m( 2.4 m/s) 20.33 SILVER
Andrew Owusu Triple jump 17.02w SILVER

2004 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: CONGO-BRAZZAVILLE 14–18 JULY EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Margaret Simpson Heptathlon 6154pts GOLD

2006 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: MAURITIUS, 9-13 AUGUST EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Vida Anim 100m 11.58 GOLD
Vida Anim 200m 22.90 GOLD
Gifty Addy
Elizabeth Amolofo
Vida Anim
Esther Dankwah 4 × 100m 44.43 GOLD

MEN
Eric Nkansah 100M 10.65 BRONZE
Ignisious Gaisah Long jump 8.51 (+3.7) GOLD
Harry Adu Mfum
Cyril Ferguson
Seth Amoo
Eric Nkansah 4x100M 40.12 BRONZE

2008 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: ETHIOPIA, APRIL 30 – MAY 4 EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Vida Anim 100M 11.43 SILVER
Gifty Addy
Elizabeth Amolofo
Esther Dankwah
Vida Anim 4X100M
44.12 SILVER

MEN
Togoh Victor
Allah Laryea-Akrong
Seth Amoo
Eric Nkansah 4x100M
40.30 SILVER

2010 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: KENYA, 28 JULY – AUGUST 2 EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Rosina Amenebede
Elizabeth Amolofo
Beatrice Gyaman
Flings Owusu-Agyapong 4x100M 45.40 BRONZE
Margaret Simpson Heptathlon 6031pts GOLD

MEN
Abdul Aziz Zakari 100M 10.12 SILVER
Emmanuel Kubi
Nana Kofi Sanah
Godwin Hukporti
Aziz Zakari 4x100M 39.31 BRONZE

2012 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: BENIN, 27 JUNE to 1 JULY EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Rosina Amenebede
Flings Owusu-Agyapong
Beatrice Gyaman
Janet Amponsah 4x100M 44.35 SILVER

Margaret Simpson Javelin throw 54.62 GOLD

MEN
Ignisious Gaisah Long jump 7.73m BRONZE
John Ampomah Javelin 70.65m SILVER
Emmanuel Kubi
Timothy Abeyie
Ashhad Agyapong
Allah Laryea-Akrong 4x100M
39.40m BRONZE

2014 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: MOROCCO, 10-4 AUGUST. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Nadia Eke Triple jump 13.40m SILVER
Mary Zuta Nartey Javelin throw 52.57 SILVER
Elizabeth Dadzie Heptathlon 5286pts SILVER
Flings Owusu-Agyapong
Gemma Acheampong
Beatrice Gyaman
Janet Amponsah 4x100M
44.06 BRONZE
MEN
Atsu Nyamadi Decathlon 6946pts BRONZE
Daniel Gyasi
Solomon Afful
Emmanuel Dassor
Timothy Abeyie 4x100M 39.28 SILVER

2016 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: SOUTH AFRICA, 22-26 JUNE EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Nadia Eke Triple jump 13.42(+0.8 m/s) GOLD
Elizabeth Dadzie Heptathlon 5730pts BRONZE
Flings Owusu-Agyapong
Gemima Acheampong
Beatrice Gyaman
Janet Amponsah 4x100M 44.05 SILVER

MEN
Jordan Yamoah Pole Vault 5.00M BRONZE
John Ampomah Javelin 75.22M SILVER
Atsu Nyamadi Decathlon 7501pts SILVER

2018 AFRICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS: NIGERIA, 1-5 AUGUST EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Janet Amponsah 100M 11.54 SILVER
Janet Amponsah 200M 23.38 SILVER

GHANA’S RECORDS AT THE ALL AFRICAN GAMES FROM 1965 TO 2019

1965 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: REPUBLIC OF CONGO-
JULY EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Rose Hart 100M 12.5 BRONZE
Rose Hart 80MH 11.7 GOLD
Habibah Atta High jump 1.59M SILVER
Alice Anum Long jump 5.63M GOLD
Ghana 4 × 100M 49.1 SILVER
MEN
James Addy 400M 47.4 SILVER
Ghana 4 × 100M 40.9 BRONZE
Ghana 4 × 400M 3:12.2 BRONZE
Total (14 nations)
Total Medals: 8

1973 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: LAGOS, NIGERIA-JANUARY EVENT RESULT MEDAL
Alice Anum 100M 11.77 GOLD
Rose Asiedua 100M 11.93 SILVER
Alice Anum 200M 23.88 GOLD
Josephine Ocran 200M 24.82 BRONZE
Grace Bakari 400M 55.63 SILVER
Helena Opoku 800M 2:11.7 BRONZE
Ruth Yeboah 1500M 4:42.3 BRONZE
Rose Hart Discus throw 41.06 GOLD
Ghana 4 × 100M 46.25 GOLD

MEN
Ohene Karikari 100M 10.60 GOLD
Ohene Karikari 200M 21.13 GOLD
George Daniels 200M 21.32 SILVER
Joshua Owusu Long jump 8.00w GOLD
Moise Pomaney Triple jump 16.09M BRONZE
Ghana 4 × 100M 40.01 SILVER
TOTAL MEDALS: GHANA 2ND OVERALL- 7G 4S 4B=15

Total: (17 nations)

1978 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: ALGERS, ALGERIA -JULY EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Hannah Afriyie 100M 11.50 GOLD
Hannah Afriyie 200M 23.01 GOLD
Georgina Aidoo 400m 54.84 BRONZE
Emilia Blavo High jump 1.68M BRONZE
Jeanette Yawson Long jump 6.29M SILVER
Veronica Baawah Shot put 12.88M SILVER
Ghana 4 × 100M 45.19 SILVER
Helena Opoku
Grace Bakari
Georgina Aidoo
Hannah Afriyie 4 × 400m 3:35.55 (NR) GOLD
GHANA PLACED 4TH ON MEDAL STANDING WITH 11 MEDALS: 4G 3S 4B=11

Total:18 nations

1987 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: NAIROBI, KENYA -AUGUST EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMENS
Mercy Addy 400M 52.35 BRONZE
Dinah Yankey 100MH 13.73 SILVER
Ghana 4 × 100M 44.43 SILVER
MENS
Eric Akogyiram 100M 10.32w SILVER
John Myles-Mills 200M 20.94 SILVER
Francis Dodoo Triple jump 17.12M GOLD
GHANA PLACED 6TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 6 MEDALS: 1G 4S 1B=6

Totals (17 nations)

1991 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: CAIRO, EGYPT -23–27 SEPTEMBER EVENT RESULT MEDAL
MEN
Emmanuel Tuffour 100M 10.30 BRONZE
Emmanuel Tuffour 200M 20.59 SILVER
Kennedy Osei 800M 1:48.41 BRONZE
Ghana 4X400M 3:08.18 BRONZE
GHANA PLACED 10TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 4 MEDALS: 0G 1S 3B=4

Totals (17 nations)

1995 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: HARARE, ZIMBABWE- SEPTEMBER EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Ghana 4 × 100M 44.44 SILVER
Ghana 4X 400M 3:35.67 BRONZE

MEN
Emmanuel Tuffour 100M 10.28 SILVER
Emmanuel Tuffour 200M 20.29 SILVER
Andrew Owusu Long jump 8.01M SILVER
Ghana 4 × 100M 39.12 GOLD
GHANA PLACED 7TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 6 MEDALS: 1G 4S 1B=6

Totals (19 nations)

1999 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA – SEPTEMBER EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Monica Twum 200m 22.98 BRONZE
Ghana
Mavis Akoto
Monica Twum
Helen Amoako
Manu Dora 4X100M 44.21 BRONZE

MEN
Leonard Myles-Mills 100M 9.99 GOLD
Vincent Asumang 20 kilometres walk 1:48:00 BRONZE
Mark Anthony Awere Long jump 7.96M BRONZE
Andrew Owusu Triple jump 16.89M GOLD
GHANA PLACED 7TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 6 MEDALS: 2G 0S 4B= 6

Totals (21 nations)

2003 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: ABUJA, NIGERIA – 11-16 OCTOBER EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Vida Anim 100M 11.29 BRONZE
Vida Anim 200M 23.17 SILVER
Akosua Serwah 800M 2:02.40M SILVER
Margaret Simpson Heptathlon 6152pts GR GOLD
MEN
Leonard Myles-Mills 100M 10.03 BRONZE
Abdul Aziz Zakari 200M 20.51 BRONZE
Christian Nsiah
Eric Nkansah
Aziz Zakari
Leonard Myles-Mills 4 X 100m
38.63 GOLD
Ignisious Gaisah Long Jump 8.30M GOLD
Andrew Owusu Triple Jump 16.41M GOLD
GHANA PLACED 4TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 9 MEDALS: 4G 2S 3B= 9

Totals (20 nations)

2007 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: ALGIERS, ALGERIA – 18-22 JULY EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMENS
Vida Anim 100M 11.33 BRONZE
Vida Anim 200M 23.29 SILVER
Margaret Simpson Heptathlon 6278pts GR GOLD
Mariama Salifu
Esther Dankwah
Gifty Addy
Vida Anim 4 x 100M 43.84 GOLD

MEN
Eric Nkansah 100M 10.35 SILVER
Seth Amoo 200M 20.88 SILVER
Andrew Owusu Triple jump 16.32(+1.0) BRONZE
GHANA PLACED 9TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 7 MEDALS: 2G 3S 2B= 7

Totals (27 nations)

2011 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE – 11–15 SEPTEMBER. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Vida Anim 200M 23.06 SILVER
Ghana 4 × 100M 44.33 SILVER
Margaret Simpson Heptathlon 6172pts GOLD
MEN
Ignisious Gaisah Long jump 7.86(0.2) SILVER
Ghana 4 × 100M 38.95 SILVER
GHANA PLACED 11TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 5 MEDALS: 1G 4S 0B = 5

2015 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: BRAZZAVILLE, REPUBLIC OF CONGO – 13–17 SEPTEMBER. EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Nadia Eke Triple jump 13.40M BRONZE
Julia Agawu Discus throw 49.08M BRONZE
Mary Zuta Nartey Javelin throw 50.93M SILVER
Flings Owusu-Agyapong
Gemma Acheampong
Beatrice Gyaman
Janet Amponsah 4X100M
43.72 SILVER

MEN
Jordan Yamoah Pole Vault 5.20M SILVER
Atsu Nyamadi Decathlon 7478pts SILVER
John Ampomah Javelin 82.94 SILVER
Daniel Gyasi
Solomon Afful
Emmanuel Dasor
Shepard Agbeko 4X100M 39.71 BRONZE
GHANA PLACED 18TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 5 MEDALS: 0G 5S 3B = 8

2019 ALL AFRICAN GAMES: RABAT, MOROCCO – 26-30 AUGUST EVENT RESULT MEDAL
WOMEN
Grace Obour 400M 51.86 BRONZE
Rose Yeboah High jump 1.84M GOLD
Deborah Acquah Long jump 6.37M SILVER

MEN
Sean Safo-Antwi
Benjamin Azamati-Kwaku
Martin Owusu-Antwi
Joseph Amoah 4 × 100M
38.30 GOLD
GHANA PLACED 9TH ON THE MEDAL STANDING WITH 4 MEDALS: 2G 1S 1B = 4

SOURCES OF DATA:
TILASTOPAJA, WIKIPEDIA,
GAA & WORLD ATHLETICS
Complied by Erasmus Kwaw and the Liquid Sports Ghana team.

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