GUSA 2020: African Games Bronze Medalist Grace Obour Sets New 400m Record

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University of Ghana Sprinter, Grace Obour (photo: citi sports)
University of Ghana Sprinter, Grace Obour (photo: citi sports)

Ghanaian sprinter, Grace Obour, has set a new 400 metres record in the ongoing Ghana Universities Sports Association (GUSA) Games.

The African Games bronze medalist beat her fiercest rival, Rafiatu Nuhu, to topple her record which stood at 54.79 seconds in 2019.

Grace Obour (credit: citi sports)

She made a new time of 53.076 seconds to edge past University of Development Studies (UDS) pair of Rafiatu Nuhu of the and Aduntira Grace.

The 18-year-old has a personal best time of 51.86 seconds, feet she reached in Rabat, Morocco in the African Games to win the bronze medal for Ghana.

Who is Grace Obour?

Grace Obour is an 18-year-old level 100 student of the University of Ghana and she was a one-time participant of GNPC’s programme to support athletics in the country, Ghana’s Fastest Human.

See Also:

GUSA 2020: African Games Gold Medalist Benjamin Azamati Wins Gold In 100m Final

GUSA 2020: African Games Gold Medalist Rose Yeboah Sets New High Jump Record

source: citi sports

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