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Medal Winning Black Bombers must utilize last chance to Paris 2024 in Bangkok

Ghana Boxing was great at the last Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020, where Samuel Takyi won bronze for Ghana and Africa, however all has not been smooth for the Black Bombers, the national Boxing team of Ghana to make it to Paris 2024.

The seven Bombers who grabbed medals at the 13th African Games have shown that they can perform when given the opportunity so they must be prepared well to have the mentality of winning. They must be exposed and they must feel the experience.

Golden Bombers

Golden Warrior Samuel Takyi, Golden Star Mohammed Aryeetey, Golden Boy Amadu Mohammed and Golden Jaguar Joseph Commey, Silver star Abu Kamoko, Theophilus Allotey, bronze bomber and Janet Acquah (Hitter), the only female bronze medal winner must be given the chance to travel to Thailand and qualify for Paris 2024, because we need it. The event is between May 23 and June 3, 2024.

After the first World Olympic Boxing Qualifying Event in Italy, there is the second and last chance in Thailand and Boxing is going to be a real tough competition at the 2024 Olympic Games.


There are three qualification options for all National Federations during the process to get spots for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. The qualification process will be finalized in the first days of June 2024, nearly two months before the start of the Olympics.


The European Games was the first qualifier for the Olympics in Poland and seventeen countries bagged at least one quota for Paris. Host of the next year’s Olympic Games, France, Turkey and Ireland were the most successful nations with their seven, six and five tickets to the French capital.


The African Olympic Boxing Qualifier was held in Dakar, Senegal on September 9-15, and it replaced the African Games.


The Asian Games was postponed from 2022 to 2023 to September. The first Asian Qualifier took place in Hangzhou, China from September 23 until October 7 and the number of the available quotas is 34.


The strong Panamerican Games featured in Santiago de Chile at the end of October while the Pacific Games in the Solomon Islands closed the continental qualifiers in November.


The first World Olympic Boxing Qualifier was held in North Italy, in Busto Arsizio, near to Milan between February 29 and March 12. Altogether 49 quotas (21 women and 28 men) found their owners in the first World Qualifier in Italy.

The second World Olympic Boxing Qualifier is in Thailand’s capital to Bangkok between May 23 and June 3. The remaining 51 quotas will be shared between the six women and seven male weight categories in Bangkok.

By Sammy Heywood Okine

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