Ghana Quartet Team beat America to make it to Tokyo Olympics 4x100 finals

If you still don't believe the world is changing the sprints relay final says it all. China, Japan and Ghana in Tokyo Olympics 2020 final but can’t find Trinidad and Tobago and the USA.

Ghana’s 4x100m men’s quartet made up of Benjamin Azamati, Emmanuel Yeboah, Sean Safo Antwi and Joseph Paul Amoah has qualified for the Olympic finals with a new national record of 38.08 secs.

Sean started the race and changed the baton to the gradually growing Azamati who passed on to Emmamuel Yeboah who sprinted well in the curve handed over the baton to Amoah ended well to put smile on the face and gives another medal hope for Ghana in Tokyo.

We congratulations the Team. The last time we all had something to smile about was at the 1996 Games where we reached the semis with 38.62secs. Sadly, that joy was shortlived as we botched our chance in the semis. Hopefully, there will be joy this time around. Once again, congratulations to the guys for making a new record of 38.08.