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"Truth be told, I have deep respect for all the Presidential candidates in this election. At least they showed up and many have great ideas. As for Nana Addo and JM,

MTN Ghana has announced an adjustment to its tariffs following the passage of the Communication Services Tax (amendment) Act, 2020 (Act 1025).

 

In accordance

Female footballer, Alberta Yawo Ahialey is always willing to play, but petty injuries have hidden her from reaching where she desires, but now she wants to step up the level of bravery and leap to the domain of fame, fortune, favour and flavour.

 

She was born into

The second 2020 Bicycle Show in Accra, now dubbed ‘Okor Okpe’ Festival comes off in the heart of the capital at Ussher Fort at Ussher Town at 7 am on November 17.

 

According to the organisers,

Eliud Kipchoge, who won gold in the men's marathon at Rio 2016, says he hopes to compete in the event at Tokyo 2020.

 

Eliud Kipchoge, the current men's marathon world record holder, says he is hopeful of competing at the rearranged Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

 

The Kenyan, who became the first man to run a marathon in under two hours in Vienna last year, says he hopes to be selected for the country's athletics team for the rearranged Tokyo 2020 Olympics, now scheduled to take place in 2021.

"I was really looking forward to running in Tokyo at the Olympics," said Kipchoge, in an interview with Michael Johnson, the men's world record holder for the 200 metres and 400m.

 

"Unfortunately, COVID-19 changed the world and health and safety is the first priority.

 

"I am really looking forward to running next year.

 

"It will be an honour to be there next year, I am fit and will do everything I can to make the Kenyan team and represent my country."

 

Eliud Kipchoge, who became the first man to run a marathon in under two hours, is targeting further success at Tokyo 2020.

 

Kipchoge, 35, won gold in the men's marathon at Rio 2016 and is the defending London Marathon champion.

 

He holds the current marathon world record of 2hr 1min 39 sec, set in Berlin in 2018.

 

In October 2019, he became the first man to run a marathon in under two hours, when he set a time of 1:59:40.

 

Kipchoge's effort in Austria did not count as an official world record because there were no other racers, he was regularly handed drinks, and he was surrounded at all times by pacers, interchanging every three kilometres, in a formation best calculated to shield him from any wind.

 

He was named in the Kenyan marathon squad, announced in February, before the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by 12 months.

 

By Neil Shefferd 

More than 5,000 spectators have been permitted to return to Nippon Professional Baseball and J-League matches after an easing of coronavirus restrictions in Japan.

 

Both professional leagues have

Six juvenile footballers have been confirmed dead after a gory accident on Saturday, a report by Sportsworldghana claims.

 

A mini bus

“I Have Been Owed $5000 Dollars Since 2012 After Winning Gold At ECOWAS Games Hosted In Ghana”

Sulemanu Tetteh who has qualified for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is sad about

Yakubu Abubakari Lea clinched his first juniors title after a gritty start to outwit Raphael Dowuona in the Isaac and Joshua Nunoo Junior Tennis Challenge.

 

Yakubu Abubakari sealed

Make Asante Kotoko The Most Visible Club On Africa - Sports Minister Tells Management.

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