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Track cyclist represents Ghana at 2014 Commonwealth Games

Jeddie Scotland will be hosting the 20th Commonwealth games from 23 July to August 3 2014 in Glasgow. Jedidiah Amoako-Ackah will be representing Ghana as the first track cyclist from that country. One of the big names from Africa today in track cycling is Bernard Pierre Esterhuizen of South Africa. Jedidiah who prefers to be called Jeddie says Gregory Bauge, Chris Hoy and Francisco Pervis are track cyclist that have been a great inspiration to him in his quest to represent Ghana at the Commonwealth games in this rather untraditional sporting discipline for a west African. Born in Asamankesse Ghana, » Read More

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