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Emmanuel Tuffour has high hopes for Ghana Athletics

Ghana Men Relay Former Ghanaian sprint champion Emmanuel Tuffour is convinced that the nation is gradually getting back on track in the sports. Tuffour who is one of Ghana’s best all time athletes mentioned that the potential is already there and the onus lies on the sports men as well as the coaches to get the best out of the athletes. “I can see some huge potentials in the athletes we have now, with good polishing and motivation we will go far.” Tuffour told Ghanacrusader.com “We just have to encourage them, give them good training and they will challenge for bigger titles.” Tuffour was part of the » Read More

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