Commonwealth Games 2018: Ghana selects 72 athletes

CommonGames Ghana will present a total of 72 athletes from 12 disciplines to this year’s Commonwealth Games slated for Gold Coast, Australia, from April 4 to 15 this year. These include coaches and other technical officials from the various disciplines such as weightlifting, para-cycling, hockey, badminton, swimming, boxing, shooting and cycling. The Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, Pius Enam Hadzide, announced this when the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Andrew Barnes, hosted Team Ghana last Tuesday night on its premises at Cantonments in Accra. The gathering was to enable members from other Commonwealth countries resident in Ghana to interact with Team Ghana » Read More

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