2022 World Athletics championships: Ghanaian quartet reacts to reaching finals of the men's 4×100m race

Ghana’s men’s 4x100m

Ghana’s men’s 4x100m are through to the final of the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Oregon after finishing third, with a season best time of 38.58s in their heat.

The Ghanaian quartet of Sean Safo-Antwi, Benjamin Azamati, Emmanuel Oduro-Manu and Joseph Paul Amoah will be looking forward to winning Ghana's first medal at the 2022 World Athletics championship in the finals on Sunday.

Speaking to the media after the race, Joe Paul was full of joy and assured Ghanaians of a medal in the finals.

We will give Ghanaians what they want.We know what we've done before and obviously we wouldn't want it to happen again."

"We don't want to be tagged as a team that always breaks hearts when it gets to the finals.
We played it safe and we would play it safer in the finals but make sure we run faster,"
Amoah told Joy Sports.

We ran the 100m, it didn’t go as we wanted, we ran the 200m, it didn’t go as we wanted so we had to focus on what was coming which is the relays, and we had to deliver; we had to give them what they want".
“We will come back here  tomorrow to see how best we can run for a medal", he added.

The Ghanaian team will be competing against USA, Jamaica, Canada, France, Great Britain, South Africa, and Brazil in the finals as they seek to win Ghana's first medal in the ongoing World Athletics championships in USA.

SNA tells you more!

No recommendation
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram