Secret training helped me qualify to the Olympic Games - Samuel Takyi

Samuel Takyi Ghana’s Olympic Games prospect, Samuel Takyi has disclosed that he resorted to some form of secret training to help him earn qualification to the 2020 Olympic Games which has unfortunately been postponed to next year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 19-year-old amateur boxer was among 10 Ghanaian boxers who participated in the African boxing qualifiers for the Olympic Games held in Senegal last month. The promising amateur boxer defeated Isaam Masemse from Uganda in their 3rd place contest at the African qualifiers to earn a spot for Ghana » Read More

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