Ghanaian sprinter James Dadzie has picked up an injury at the World Athletics ChampionshipCONTINUE READING>>>>>
Dadzie pulled out of heat 4 with a muscle strain and could miss the rest of the competition
Joseph Paul Amoah failed to qualify for the next stage of the 200m heat….. Continue Your Reading
Ghana’s hopes of winning a medal at the World Athletics Championship keeps fading away after 200 meter sprinter, James Dadzie, suffered an injury during the heat.
The national record holder pulled out halfway through the race in heat four, after appearing to be in discomfort and had to be carried off on a stretcher.
The extent of his injury is unknown but it seems his journey at the championship in Budapest had prematurely ended.
James Dadzie has suffered an injury during the 200m race. Credit: @Bill_Eshun Source: Twitter
In a video shared on social media, Dadzie is seen struggling after holding his groin before the medics rushed to take care of his situation.
Meanwhile, compatriot Joseph Amoah also failed to qualify for the second round of the 200m heat, after finishing fifth with a time of 20.56.
Amoah also picked an injury in the last 30m of the race, holding him back from qualifying.
“I pray this is my last time in an ambulance. All the same, I’m forever grateful to God for everything. Be back stronger and better,” he wrote on social media after the race.
Ghana’s only hope in winning a medal remains in the 4x100m team
Amoah wins bronze at Commonwealth Games
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Joseph Paul Amoah made the podium of the 2022 Commonwealth Games after claiming bronze in the 200m race.
The Ghanaian sprinter finished third in the 200m final with a time of 20.49s to win bronze behind England’s Zharnel Hughes and Trinidad and Tobago’s Jareem Richards.
In photos posted on social media, the Ghanaian athlete was filled with joy as he chalked a piece of history at the Commonwealth Games.
Amoah reaches semi-finals of Olympic
Ghanaian sprinter, Joseph Paul Amoah, is line to qualify for the finals of the Men’s 200-metres event after easing into the semi-finals.
Joe Paul as he is affectionately known run a time of 20.35 seconds to come third in Heat 7 of the 200-metre event.
He thus qualified automatically to the semi-final which will take place laterin the day on Tuesday, August 3, 2021.
— Citi Sports (@CitiSportsGHA) August 23, 2023