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The following athletes have been awarded an Olympic Scholarship in preparations for Tokyo 2020.

EKE Nadia Athletics 1st Sep 2017 – 30th Aug 2021

AMPONSAH Janet Athletics 1st Sep 2017-30th Aug 2021

OWUSUAGYAPONG Flings Joyner Athletics 1st Sep 2017 – 30thAug 2021

DADZIE Elizabeth Athletics 1st Sep 2017-30th Aug 2020

AMANKWAH Alex Athletics 1st Sep 2017-30th Aug 2021

AMOAH Josep Paul Athletics1st Sep 2020 – 30th Aug 2021

AMPOMAH John Athletics 1st Sep 2017-30th Aug 2021

OMAR Abdul Wahib Boxing 1st Sep 2017- 30th Aug 2021

SAMED Shakul Boxing1st Sep 2020 -30th Aug 2021

AMPIAH Akimos Annang Boxing 1st Sep 2017-30th Aug 2020

AHIAVOR Victor Kwabla Anum Judo 1st Sep 2017-30th Aug 2021

OSEI Forrester Christopher Weightlifting 1st Sep 2017- 30th Aug 2021

AMOAH Christian Weightlifting 1st Sep 2017-30th Aug 2021

CHODO Mercy Shooting 1st Sep 2017 – 30th Aug 2021

Maeder Carlos Alphine Skiing 2020-2022

Frimpong Akwasi Skeleton 2020-2022

Scholarship Agreement Scholarship agreements are signed by the Athletes, National Federations and the GOC before final submission to OS.

Scholarships are activated by OS upon receipts of the agreement forms duly signed by the three (3) parties.

Payment of Scholarships

First payment of scholarships is made after OS received the signed agreement forms.

Payments of the following periods are made by Olympic Solidarity only upon receipt and approval of scholarship holder’s evaluation forms and the GOC financial report for the preceding period.

Payment of USD 625 is paid for 4 months per athlete, making a total of USD 2500 per athlete per period.

Reports

The following report are submitted to OS after receipt of scholarship grant

a) Evaluation Forms

Athletes are required to complete and duly sign an evaluation form

National Federations are required to duly sign completed evaluation forms

GOC is required to duly sign completed evaluation forms and submit back to OS upon thorough review at the end of each period.

b) Financial Report

A financial report is completed by the GOC duly sign by the Treasure and Secretary General and returned to OS after every period.

Support for Qualification Competitions

The Olympic Solidarity offers an additional funding of USD5000 to scholarship holders to cover their transport cost for participation in Olympic qualification competitions.

For GOC with more than 12 athletes for budgetary reason by the OS, the total budget allocated to each NOC’ is USD 50000 and will not be exceeded.

Athletes are to submit a receipt only for their transport cost for this fund and this is after participating in Olympic Qualification Competition.

The GOC will submit one financial report per athletes to OS with submitted receipts from athlete.

Reimbursement report submitted by the GOC will be subject to approval by OS according to the qualification and participation criteria by the Olympic Games.

Source – GOC

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