2019 African Games: Men’s 4x100m Relay Winner, Joseph Amoah Pulls Out Of Men’s 200m Semi-Finals

Ghanaian sprinter, Joseph Paul Amoah has pulled out of the men’s 200m semi-finals despite qualifying from his heats with a 4th place finish in 21.20s.

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Having run 5 races in the space of 3 days, Amoah has reported fatigue and to avoid injury, he has decided not to compete again, according to the Ghana Athletics Association.

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Compatriot Martin Owusu Antwi came 2nd in his 200m heats in a time of 20.94 seconds to progress to the semi-finals behind Kenya’s Mike Mokamba who had a time of 20.91.

Edwin Gadayi won his 200m heat in a time of 20.81 seconds to make it to the semis.

Grace Obour achieved a new Personal Best time of 23.76s to progress to the semi-finals of the women’s 200m event. She is looking to add to the bronze she already won in the women’s 400m event.

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Gemma Acheampong meanwhile did not start her 200m heats and thus, is out of that event.

Regina Yeboah finished 8th in the women’s heptathlon long jump after she leapt a distance of 5.15m. In the javelin, she threw a distance of 29.31 metres.

source: Citi sports

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