Massive Turn Out at GNPC Ghana Fastest Human – Tamale Open

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GNPC Ghana Fastest Human - Tamale
GNPC Ghana Fastest Human - Tamale
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The first competition for the GNPC Ghana Fastest Human competition 2022 was held at the Alhaji Alui Mahama Sports Stadium at Tamale on Saturday with a massive turn out by the youth of the North who came to showcase their talent in running the sprint (100meters) race.

Indeed the program was very well organized, and the young athletes proved that the future is bright with their marvelous performance and impressive times.

Salifu Gafaru won the over 18 years of age event with a time of 10.78, Alhassan Abdulai also won the Boys under 18.

Here are the full results :

U18 Boys

1st. Alhassan Abdulai, Sora Club, Northern Region – 11.121

2nd. Abdul Rauf Abubakari, Okess, Ashanti Region- 11.222

3rd. Alhassan Mahami, Tamasco, Northern Region- 11.348

U18 Girls

1st. Amina Ntawa Yakubu, Nyohini Presby Sch, Northern Region – 14.262

2nd. Esther Nyamde, Kparekpare Sch. Oti Region – 14.484

3rd. Sarah Bukari, Big Boss (Upper East) – 14.820

U15 Boys

1st. Moses Mbila, San SHS, Upper East – 11.543

2nd. Abdul Wakilu Adams, Sobriya JHS, Upper East – 12.334

3rd. Abdul Basit Seidu, Walewale Sch. North East Region – 12.660

U15 Girls

1st. Tracy Naab, Wobil JHS, Upper East – 14.070

2nd. Zuleiha Abdul Karim, Choggu Demo. Sch. Northern Region – 14.286

3rd. Fuseina Iddri Wunidow, Walewale Sch. North East- 14.362

Senior (Males)

1st. Salifu Gafaru, Sora Club, Northern Region (10.782)

2nd. Iddris Mohammed, Ghana Prisons, Northern Region (11.042)

3rd. Eric Annabil, Uds, Northern Region (11.084)

Seniors (Females)

1st. Felicia Awudi, Uds. Northern Region – 12.488

2nd. Grace Aduntira, Uds, Northern Region – 12.684

3rd. Alhare Abusare, Uds, Northern Region – 12.798

GNPC Ghana Fastest Human - Tamale
GNPC Ghana Fastest Human – Tamale

GNPC Ghana Fastest Human - Tamale
GNPC Ghana Fastest Human – Tamale
All certified results from GAA electronic timer.

The President of the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) Mr. Afelibeik Ababu and Sir Reks Brobby, founder of GFH commended the young athletes for turning out in their numbers and making the Meet very successful.

The next competition comes off on July 9 at the Paa Joe stadium of the University of Science and Technology at Kumasi, then the Cape Coast Meet on August 20, before the main final with the President’s Cup at stake at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi on September 24, 2022.

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