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Nigerian Tobi Amusan Breaks World Record At World Athletics Championships



Nigerian Tobi Amusan made history on Sunday. The 25-year-old athlete won the 100 metres hurdles gold at the World Athletics Championships, marking it as Nigeria’s first gold medal in this competition.

After breaking the world record in her semifinal heat with a time of 12.12 seconds, she even made a faster time for the final. Unfortunately, this mark of 12.06 seconds didn’t count for the record books because the wind speed was over the legal limit.
On the same day, olympic champion Athing Mu added a world title to her impressive resume.

Tobi Amusa Breaks World Record At World Athletics Championships

The 20-year-old American american middle-distance runner won the 800m gold narrowly beating Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson.
This title makes her the youngest woman in history to have won Olympic and world titles in an individual track and field event.

In the men’s 500 metres final, Norway’s Yakob Ingebrigtsen was the first to cross the line while Kenyan Jacob Krop claimed silver et Ugandan Oscar Chelimo bronze. And Swedish pole vaulter Armand Duplantis wrapped up this World Atheltics Championships in Eugene, western United States by setting a new world record for his discipline.


The 22-year-old athlete sailed with ease over 6 metres 21. It is the fifth time Duplantis breaks a world record in the pole vault and the third time this year.

The 2022 World Athletics Championships took place in Eugene, Oregon, Western U.S. between July 15 and 24.


2022 Commonwealth Games: Joseph Paul Amoah Clinches Bronze After Finishing 3rd In Men’s 200m Final




Joseph Paul Amoah’s bronze medal in the Mens 200m is Ghana’s first medal in the #CWG Track and Field since Ignatius Gaisah and Anita Fordjour’s medals in Delhi 2010.

Ghanaian sprinter Joseph Paul Amoah has clinched bronze medal at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Amoah, 25, finished 3rd with a time of 20.49s in the final of the 200m event on Saturday, August 6.

He becomes Ghana’s first medal in the track event having seen Benjamin Azamati miss out on a medal in the 100m final.

The National 200m record holder also becomes the first African to win a medal in the 200m event since 2006 and the first Ghanaian to win a medal in 200m since George Daniels in 1974.

Earlier on Saturday, Ghana’s 4x100m relay team was also disqualified after the coaches did not inform race officials one hour to the race, as the rules require when replacing an athlete.

2022 Commonwealth Games: Abdul Wahib Omar settles for bronze – Citi Sports Online

Ghanaian boxer Wahid Omar won bronze after losing his semi-final bout to Louis Colin in over 60kg-63kg Light welterweight.

The 28-year-old lost the bout (0-5).

Ghana’s Abraham Mensah progressed to the finals of the men’s bantamweight division after win over Owain Harris-Allan.

Ghana’s female 4x100m team
have progressed to the finals of the relay race at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

The quartet of Mary Boakye, Latifa Ali, Gifty Oku and Hor Halutie qualified as one of the two non-automatic qualifiers as they finished fifth in Heat 2 with a time of 44.32s which becomes their season-best.

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15-Years-Old Ghanaian Makes History, Wins Two Medals For Ghana At Unicycling World Championship




15-year-old Ghanaian has made history by winning the country’s first ever medals at Unicycling World Championship.

15-year-old Trey Haun has become the first Ghanaian to win a medal for Ghana at the Unicycling World Championship.

Trey Haun competed at the Unicycling World Championship dubbed UNICON20 in the 15-16 years male category.

In the 30m Wheel Walk Race for Male aged 15-16, he won the silver medal.

The 50m One Wheel Race for male aged 15-16 years, he won bronze.

Trey Haun

Trey was born in Europe but moved to Ghana at the age of 1 with his parents.

For half of his life, Trey Haun has lived his life in Nalerigu in the North East Region of Ghana.

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Zambia Beat Malawi In Extra Time To Be Crowned Cosafa Cup Champions




Saddam Phiri of Zambia challenges Marcela Papama of Namibia in the 2022 Cosafa Cup final at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on July 17. Image: Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix

Zambia have been crowned the 2022 Cosafa Cup champions after they claimed a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Namibia after extra time at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Sunday night.

Albert Kangwanda came off the bench to give their sixth Cosafa Cup title when he found the back of the net after 112 minutes of play.

Kangwanda launched a missile shot towards the Namibian goal and hit the woodwork and the ball rebounded off Edward Maova and went in.

The first half had no goals and neither team was able to take total control of the game at the iconic 2010 Fifa World Cup venue.

Chipolopolo tried to up the tempo in search of a goal in the second half, but their attempts weren’t successful as the game was forced to extra time.

Zambia have joined Zimbabwe, who were not part of the tournament this year, as the most decorated sides in the competition as they have won it six times.

SA have won it five times and they missed a chance to make it six, and defend their 2021 trophy, when they lost to Mozambique in the quarterfinals.

Earlier in the day at Moses Mabhida Senegal won the battle for third place by beating Mozambique in the third/fourth playoffs.

The two sides had played to a 1-1 draw before heading to a penalty shoot-out.

All the goals were scored in the second half with the invited guests, Senegal, opening the scoring through a Jean Diouf penalty on 78 minutes.

Mozambique’s goal was scored by Pachoio Lau Há King in referee’s optional time, forcing the game to penalties where Senegal claimed a 4-2 victory.

Early on the day at Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium the youthful Bafana Bafana — an effective SA U-23 combination — defeated 10-man Botswana 2-1 to win the Plate final. The Plate trophy is contested by the teams that knocked out in the quarterfinals.

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