African Games 2023: Azamati confirms participation

African games 2023: Benjamin Azamati confirms participation

Ghanaian sprinter, Benjamin Azamati, has officially confirmed his participation in the upcoming African Games scheduled for March. The 26-year-old, who holds the record for Ghana in the 100m sprint, is set to make a much-anticipated return to the track after missing out on the 2023 World Championships due to injury.

Azamati, a former University of Ghana sprinter, will team up with Joseph Paul Amoah, Ghana’s national 200m record holder, and two other athletes as they aim to defend their 4x100m title, which they secured five years ago in Rabat.

In an enthusiastic statement, Azamati expressed his excitement about representing Ghana at the African Games 2023, which will be held in Accra. He called on all Ghanaians to come out in full force and support Team Ghana during the competition.

The news of Azamati’s participation has generated a buzz and excited anticipation among Ghanaians, with many looking forward to seeing the star sprinter back in action.

The inclusion of Azamati in the Ghanaian team is expected to raise the level of competition and boost the country’s chances of success at the African Games. His return to the track will undoubtedly be a highlight of the event, as fans eagerly await his performance.

As the countdown to the African Games 2023 begins, all eyes will be on Benjamin Azamati and Team Ghana as they prepare to represent the nation on the track.