Rio: 'Ghanaian athletes' qualification not fraudulent' – GAA

Relay Team Athletics The coordinator for Ghanaian athletes abroad at the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA), Andrew Owusu, has rubbished claims that the competition organised in Cape Coast by the GAA that saw 16 athletes qualify for the 2016 Olympics Games in Rio was fraudulent. A former chairman of the GAA, George Lutterodt, in a Facebook post, called on the association to come clean on allegations that Ghana’s Olympic qualifiers at Cape Coast were fraudulent and had been reported to the International Olympic Committee and the IAAF. This sparked concerns from the qualified athletes and raised eyebrows about whether or not the 16 » Read More

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