“Azamati good job”, Ghanaians congratulate Azamati for placing 4th in Commonwealth Games

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A sprinter from Ghana named Benjamin Azamati-Kwaku competes for ASICS Global at the moment. On March 26, 2021, in Texas, he created history by beating Leo Myles Mills’ 22-year national record with a time of 9.97 seconds, earning him a spot in the Tokyo Summer Olympics.

At the current Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, Benjamin Azamati, the holder of Ghana’s 100-meter record, came in fourth in the men’s 100-meter final.

Azamati lost out on a medal by finishing third in the final race on Wednesday, August 3, with a time of 10.16 seconds, two hundredths of a second behind Sri Lankan Yupun Abeykoon.

Over Akani Simbine of South Africa, who came in second place, Ferdinand Omanyala of Kenya took home the gold medal.

The Ghanaian entered the final by a non-automatic qualifying spot after placing third in heat three of the semi-finals with a time of 10.18s.

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