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Road to Paris 2024 qualification closes

Road to Paris 2024 qualification now closed yesterday 30th June, 2024.

Recap of Ghanaian track and field athletes that has qualified and those that cam close to qualification. Ghana team.

– Men’s 100m (56 athletes required)
Benjamin Azamati – ranked 39th – qualified
Abdul-Rasheed Saminu ranked 54th – qualified but pending 3 wildcard slots tomorrow 2nd July.
Isaac Botsio ranked 59th – not qualified / still has a chance up until 2nd July.
Joseph Paul Amoah ranked 85th – not qualified

– Men’s 200m (48 athletes needed)
Abdul-Rasheed Saminu – Qualified by Entry Standard
Joe Paul Amoah ranked 62nd – not qualified
Ibrahim Fuseini ranked 70th – not qualified

– Men’s 800m (48 athletes required)
Alex Amankwa ranked 54th – not qualified still has a chance up until 2nd July.

– Women’s High jump (32 athletes required)
Rose Amoanimaa Yeboah – Qualified by Entry Standard

– Men’s 4x100m (32 teams required)
Ghana – Qualified by Designated Competition

*Tomorrow, 2nd July is final if an athlete requires a spot.
*The final-compiled list will be published and shared with Paris 2024 LOC is 7th

Credit: World Athletics

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