#Tokyo2020: Ghanaians Happy With The Golden Quartet’s Chance Of Winning Olympic Gold

The 4x100m team in Tokyo. Photo credit: Sean Safo-Antwi

This morning in Tokyo (or dawn in Ghana), four Ghanaian men proved that the Ghanaian spirit of determination is still alive.

The African Champions in the 4x100m race are holding down the African continent in the ongoing Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

In a strong field of other nations who historically have more Olympic success in the discipline, Joseph Paul Amoah, Benjamin Azamati, Sean Safo-Antwi and Emmanuel Yeboah ensured that their presence was felt.

Running a new national record of 38.08 seconds, the men were fifth in their heat.

However, with their heat being the fastest of the qualifying heats, they went through to the final on the time they run.

This qualification is giving Ghana another hope of winning another medal.

Currently, Ghana has won only a bronze medal thanks to Samuel Takyi and it’s sitting in the 79th position, tied with Finland, on the medal table.

The team of the Ghanaian 4x100m has over the recent years proved that they can deliver when it comes to it.

Despite the lack of support which often means they can’t train together as much as they hoped, they sure do make sure to put a smile on the faces of Ghanaians.

Now, Ghanaians have another shot!

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Another Olympic final with the hopes of a nation and a continent resting on their shoulders.

Source: Kuulpeeps.com

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