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25 August Confirmed As The Date for The KickBoxing Championship

The 2017 Wushu Kick Boxing tournament would Held at the Korle Beach Resort in Accra on Friday, August 25. It is being organised by Bogzie Media and Bigzie Sports in collaboration with the Ghana Kick Boxing Association (GKBA) and Wushu Mixed Martial Arts & Health Organisation. Mr. Troy Robinson, the promoter of some of Ghana’s best kick boxers said the ...

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London 2017 IAAF: Ghana’s Janet Amponsah to race today

Ghanaian sprinter Janet Amponsah, takes to the track in the women’s 200m heats on Tuesday, 8th August Amponsah will seeks to redeem Ghana’s image in the ongoing Championships following the country’s dismal start to the event. The 24-year-old who is 25th ranked in world and is expected to be in the lanes for Ghana at 18:30 GMT, as she targets ...

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IAAF World Championships: Ghana trio miss out

Ghana’s IAAF World Championships started on a disastrous note as trio, Emmanuel Dasor, Nadia Eke and Alex Amankwaah failed to progress in the respective competitions as they bowed out on Saturday. Dasor DID NOT START in Heat 6 of the men’s 400m after suffering a knee injury at training on Friday which ruled him out. Ghana’s medal hopeful Alex Amankwaah came ...

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WAC 2017: Usain Bolt & Mo Farah headline London event

Usain Bolt

Jamaican sprint great Usain Bolt and British distance legend Mo Farah will attempt to sign off with gold at the World Championships which begins in London on Friday. The pair, who have 28 world and Olympic titles between them, will both retire from the track by the end of the season. Elsewhere, Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson and Dutchwoman Dafne Schippers renew ...

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Meet Ghana’s Track & Field reps at London 2017 IAAF Championship

This year’s World Championship is the 16th edition of World Championships, since it inception in 1983 in Helsinki and four Ghanaian athlete will have the opportunity to make a mark on the competition that will be held at London’s Olympic Stadium from August 4 to 13. It is the largest representation Ghana has had at the World Championship in recent times ...

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Sports Ministry releases $84,990 for Team Ghana to participate in World Athletics Championship

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has released an amount of $84,990 for the nine Ghanaian athletes set to represent the nation at the 2017 World Athletics Championship in London. Ghana will be represented by 4 individuals and 5 members for the Relay team in World Athletics Championship in London form 4th to 13th August 2017. Janet Amponsah — 200m/100m ...

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Team Ghana arrives in London ahead of WAC

Team Ghana arrived in London on Tuesday ahead of the 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships scheduled for August 4-13. The West Africans will be competing with eight athletes in London Ghana’s athletes comprise – high jumper Nadia Eke, sprinters Alex Owusu, Janet Amponsah, Persis William-Mensah, Emmanuel Dasor, Akua Obeng Akrofi, Gemma Acheampong and Flings Owusu Agyapong. The team arrived in ...

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Government will fly NPP supporters to Russia World Cup- Sammy Awuku

Sammy Awuku, the National youth organizer of the governing NPP, has said the party would sponsor only its members to the upcoming FIFA  world cup scheduled to take place in Russia in 2018. According to the outspoken party official, the decision is in retaliation to what the National Democratic Congress (NDC) did during their eight-year term in office. The tough-talking ...

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Tamale Sports stadium to be named after late Aliu Mahama

The Tamale Sports stadium is set to be renamed after Ghana’s late Vice President, Alhaji Aliu Mahama. In commemoration of the 5th anniversary of the death of the former Vice President who served in the erstwhile NPP administration, the 21,000 capacity Tamale Sports Stadium is set to be named after him. A member of the anniversary planning committee, who revealed ...

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US Embassy shows support to Ghana Baseball and Softball Associations


The United States (US) Embassy has presented various items to the Ghana Baseball and Softball Association (GBSA) to enhance their efforts. The donation, which included bats, balls and gloves, was expected to be used by the nation’s junior and senior national teams as they prepare for international competitions. A statement from the U.S. Embassy and copied the Ghana News Agency ...

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