BBC World News with Ghana’s First Skeleton Athlete Akwasi Frimpong

Akwasi Frimpong launches Bobsled and Skeleton Federation- Ghana in Accra, Ghana.

Akwasi Frimpong is a Dutch-Ghanaian sprinter, bobsledder, and skeleton athlete who’s ready to make history by becoming the first Ghanaian athlete to represent his country in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Skeleton. Born and raised in Ghana, Akwasi moved to the Netherlands when he was eight. The athlete didn’t start running until he was 15, but when he did, he never looked behind.
Determined to represent his country at the most prestigious sport events, Akwasi worked hard, and it was his untiring passion and continuous efforts that earned him the nickname ‘GoldenSprint’.

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