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Adama Salam brings home Ghana’s first medal from Africa Junior Athletics Championships

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Adama Salam, a young Ghanaian athlete, has won the country’s first medal at the ongoing Africa Junior Athletics Championships in Ndola, Zambia. This achievement is a testament to the talent and hard work of Ghana’s young athletes.

Salam competed in the U18 800m race and managed to secure the bronze medal after finishing in third place with a time of 1.50.90 secs. The gold and silver medals were won by Kelvin Kumtai and Samuel Buche, respectively. This was a highly contested race, and Salam’s achievement is a testament to his determination and skill.

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Ghana’s participation in the Africa Junior Athletics Championships is an opportunity for the country to showcase its young athletic talent on the continental stage. The competition brings together some of Africa’s best young athletes to compete in various track and field events.

For the most part, Ghana has a rich history of producing world-class athletes, and this latest achievement by Salam is a testament to the country’s potential to produce more young champions in the future. It is essential that the country continues to invest in sports development and provides the necessary support to young athletes to help them reach their full potential.

This success also highlights the importance of sports in promoting national unity and pride. The achievement of Salam is a source of inspiration and motivation for young people in Ghana to pursue their dreams and strive for excellence in their chosen fields.

 

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