Ghana has had its name booked in the upcoming Tokyo 2021 by one Benjamin Azamati after breaking a long-standing record with 9.97 seconds 100m run.
Benjamin Azamati breaks Ghana 100m record held by 1999 Leo Myles Mills (9.98s). This book a place at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics] Games for Azamati.
He also smashed Darrell Green’s 38-year-old record (10.08) set at the Texas Relays.
wow 🤩 This is something worth retweeting, so Retweet it everyone.
Congratulations to you Mr. Benjamin Azamati 🙌🏾🔥😍 https://t.co/Z244YVprJa
— Angela Yeboah (@AngelaY68252427) March 27, 2021
Ghanaians can’t keep cool by impressive run by young lad hence the massive trend of over 3k on social media streets in Ghana. We delightedly gathered some reactions for you.