Ghanaian Athletes’ Profile

Sean Safo-Antwi is a U.K-based Ghanaian sprinter born in October 1990 in London. Safo-Antwi switched allegiance to Ghana over Great Britain in 2016 prior to the World Indoor Championships. The 5ft 11in sprinter specializes in the 60 and 100 meters, with personal bests (PB) of 6.55 (Mandeville 2016) and 10.14 (Regensburg 2014) respectively. Safo-antwi is a two-time Olympian and the prolific starter in Ghana’s iconic 4x100 quartet that won gold in the African Games in Rabat, Morocco in 2019.

Aside the 2016 and 2021 Olympic Games, Safo-Antwi has represented Ghana in the 2018 World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, U.K. In the same year, he competed in the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. In 2019, Safo-Antwi made the quartet that competed in the World Championships in Doha, Qatar, and the World Relays in Chorzow, Poland in 2021.

As hobbies, Safo-Antwi loves to drive motor vehicles, gaming, and he is a great athletics fan.

Safo-Antwi is currently aiming at breaking records, winning international honors, and

breaking all his PBs, while becoming an athletic legend in Ghana. Away from track &

field, Safo-Antwi is a businessman who plans on owning a car dealership and

multiple properties in Ghana and in the U.K.

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