Former Jachie Pramso Senior High School (MIGHTY JAPASS) Student Ansah Sarfo has qualified for the upcoming Summer Tokyo Olympic Games.
He is the first ever local athlete to qualify for Olympic Games from a domestic competition held at the Paa Joe Sports Stadium, KNUST, Kumasi on Saturday May 15, 2021.
Female star, Grace Obuor from the Speedsters Club also beat all her competitors to be crowned GNPC Ghana’s Fastest Human 2021 with a legal time of 11.67 seconds, Janet Mensah was second while favourite Kate Agyeman placed third.
In the Men’s division, Sarfo Ansah, also of the Speedsters Club won in a time of 10.14 seconds, Barnabas was second and Gadayi third.
Founder of the GNPC Ghana Fastest Human concept, Mr. Reks Brobbey expressed his joy over the achievement.
Ghana’s Fastest Human Final Of Finals 2021 – Full Results
1st. Kyeremanteng Nathaniel, Koraa Sports Consult- 10.70
2nd. Fantevi Francis,Korley Kope JHS, 10.74
3rd. Andoh Joseph, Diabene SHS, 10.74
1st. Kwartemaa Benedicta, Okess, 12.10
2nd. Kusime Diamond, Mfantseman Girls SHS, 12.41
3rd. Awudi Felicia, Kpone SHS, 12.51
1st. Ansah Sarfo, Speedsters Club, 10.14
2nd. Aggerh Barnabas, UDS, 10.29
3rd. Edwin Gadayi, Speedsters Club, 10.34
1st. Grace Obour, Speedsters Club, 11.69
2nd. Mensah Janet, Koraa Sports Consult, 11.72
3rd. Agyemang Kate, Speedsters Club, 11.83
By Sammy Heywood Okine