GNPC Ghana Fastest Human 2021
GNPC Ghana Fastest Human 2021

The grand finals of the 2021 edition of the GNPC Ghana Fastest Human comes off at the Paa Joe Stadium, KNUST at Kumasi on Saturday May 15, 2021.

With the focus now on athletics after the qualification of the national 4×100 team to Tokyo Olympic Games, all the contestants want to be seen and known.

The event will feature U18 male and female as well as the Seniors Men and Women.

Ghana Gas has associated themselves with the final of finals which has the Nana Akufo Addo Cup at stake for the winner.

Chairperson for the occasion is Professor Rita Akosua Dickson with Mr. Nen Asante, MD of Ghana Gas as the Guest of Honour.

All the finalist of the Accra (Legon) Edition are representing and it promises to be full of fireworks. Edwin Gadayi and Kate Agyeman must prove that this season belongs to them.

Mr. Reks Brobbey, an Olynpian who invented the concept must be very happy as his dream of producing a world class sprinter is about to be realized.

The GNPC Ghana Fastest Human is sponsored by Ghana Gas, Adidas, Wrenco Printing, Moringa King, Pippas Gym, Kriate Lync and Global Media Alliance.

The programme is also fully backed by the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) as a splendid initiative to get champion athletes to represent Ghana at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Check Out Previous Winners – GNPC Ghana’s Fastest Human

2013 Emmanuel Dasor / Beatrice Gyaaman

2014 Emmanuel Yeboah / Latifa Ali

2015 Shadrack Opoku Agyeman / Beatrice Gyaaman

2016 Joseph Paul Amoah / Kate Agyeman

2017 Desmond Aryee / Hor Halute

2018 Emmanuel Oduro Mensah / Kate Agyeman

2019 Benjamin Azamati / Latifa Ali

2020 No Winner due to Coronavirus Pandemic

2021 Edwin Gadayi / Kate Agyeman (Accra Edition)

2021 Who wins the Olympic Year (Kumasi) Edition?

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