Sixteen Ghanaian athletes will compete in various events during the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. As their sponsor, we couldn’t be prouder of this achievement. Find out more about the athletes and track their progress.
Ghanaian sprinter Sean Safo-Antwi (25) will compete in the men’s 100 metres.
Sprinter Janet Amponsah (23) will compete in the women’s 200 metres.
Abdul Wahid Omar
Abdul Wahid Omar will show his skills as the only Ghanaian boxer to compete in the Olympics.
Swimmer Kaya Forson (14) is the youngest competitor in this year’s Olympic Games.
Flings Owusu Agyapong (27) will represent Ghana in the women’s 100 metres.
Alex Amankwah (24) will compete in the men’s 800 metres.
Szandra Szögedi (27) is the first female judoka to represent Ghana.
The talented Abeiku Jackson (15) will compete in the men’s 50 metres freestyle.
Emmanuel Dasor (20) will compete in the men’s 200 metres.
John Ampomah (26) will make his debut representing Ghana in the javelin throw.
Christian Amoah (17) will represent Ghana in the Olympic weightlifting event.
The women’s relay team
The team, consisting of Gemma Acheampong, Beatrice Gyaman, Dorcas Gyimah, Persis William-Mensah and Akua Obeng-Akrofi, will compete in the 4×100 metres.