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February 3rd, 2022
This weekend is action-packed for Ghanaian track & field athletes in the National Collegiate Athletics Association(NCAA) divisions I and II, as well as non-collegiate athletes. This is week 4 of the indoor season.
For field events, Deborah Acquah of Texas A&M University competes in the long and triple jumps at the Charlie Thomas Invitational at Bryan College Station on February 4th and 5th. Live results can be followed here. Jackie Pokuah will also compete for Akron University in the Akron Invitational.
Abraham Seaneke, who trains with the West Texas A&M University’s track team, after completing his collegiate career in 2019 will also compete in the long jump at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic on February 4th and 5th, at the Albuquerque Convention Center. Live results can be followed here.
For track events, Joseph Paul Amoah also trains with the Coppin State University’s track team after completing his collegiate career in 2021 will join Jeff Hammond (Long jump) and Joseph Manu to competes in the sprints at the East Coast Invitational on February 4th at the Virginia Beach Sports Center. Live results can be followed here.
Benjamin Azamati and Desmond Aryee of the West Texas A&M University will both compete in the sprints at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic on February 4th and 5th at the Albuquerque Convention Center. Live results can be followed here.
Emmanuel Yeboah of Texas A&M University will also competes in the sprints at the Charlie Thomas Invitational at Bryan College Station on February 4th and 5th. Live results can be followed here.
The next line up of track & field action for local athletes will be the Circuit Games, which will be held at the Tamale Sports Stadium, Ghana, on February 12th and it will be highlighted by the current local leader in the 100 meters, Isaac Botio
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