Sean’s Qualification for World Indoor Championship Highlights the Weekend for Ghana Track and field.
The weekend saw another impressive performance from Ghanaian athletes around the world.
Those performances were highlighted by Sean Safo-Antwi who ran a World Indoor championship qualifying time of 6.63sec in the 60meter-dash at the PSD Bank Indoor Meet in Dortmund, Germany.
Joseph Paul Amoah made his debut in the American Track League in Louisville where he ran a season best time of 6.64 in the 60m.
On the collegiate front, Latifa Ali of Coppin State University won the 60m with a season best time of 7.43sec at the Kenneth Giles Invitational. She also came third in the 200m with a time of 23.88sec.
Benjamin Azamati of West Texas A&M University continues his collegiate campaign in the 200m with a 21.08sec at the Texas Tech Shootout in Lubbock Texas placing second in the event. That time is the second fastest time indoors in school history.
Charles Frimpong of Angelo State University and a former University of Education, Winneba athlete opened his US collegiate career with a 50.89sec in the 400 meters.
Deborah Acquah of Texas A&M University won the women’s long jump event at the Don Kirby Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico with a season best of 6.61m to extend her African lead.
Jacqueline Pokuaah of University of Akron had an historic day at the Doug Raymond invitational when she hopped, stepped and jumped 13.11m in the triple jump. This broke University of Akron’s record in the event.
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