Edwin Gadayi shines at 2022 GNPC Ghana’s Fastest Human

The pride of the Ashanti in athletics, Edwin Gadayi has won the 2022 edition of the GNPC’s Ghana’s fastest human.

He covered the distance within an impressive time of 9.84 seconds at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi.

Gadayi who has run the fastest time in 200 metres proved that his performance  was what he had trained for.

Janet Mensah also won the female event in the 100 metres to show that she is the female star of the moment when it comes to sprinting in the region.

All winners received fantastic prizes from the sponsors.

Here are the full results :

U18 – Boys
1st. William Opare, Ghanass (Eastern) – 10.70s

2nd. Isaac Sarfo, Okess (Ashanti) – 10.89s

3rd. Dennis Amoah Boakye, Ti Amass (Ashanti) – 10.90s

U18 Girls
1st. Christiana Amanda Yeboah, St Louis Shs (Ashanti) – 12.20s

2nd. Rebecca Agyei, Gshs ( Eastern) – 12.24s

3rd. Aisha Ibrahim, St Louis Shs, (Ashanti)- 12.30s

U15 – Boys
1st. Nyandi Mensah Wisdom. Knust Jhs(Ashanti)- 11.56s

2nd. Mubarick Tahiru, Kintampo Jhs (Bono) – 11.92s

3rd. Minta Geofery, B. Korkor Presby B. Sch (Bono) – 12.15s

U15 Girls
1st. Veronica Tsakitry, Gshs (Eastern) – 12.66s

2nd. Dorcas Asiamah, Arrows Club (Ashanti) – 12.96s

3rd. Sarah Nkansah. Spice Girls (Greater) – 13.00s

Seniors – Males

1st. Edwin Gadayi, Pablo Foundation(Ashanti)- 9.84s

2nd. Solomon K. Hammond, Lcac (Greater) – 10.11s

3rd. Enoch Fosuhene, Knust (Ashanti) – 10.23s

Seniors – Females
1st. Janet Mensah, Sagnation Club (Ashanti) – 11.50s

2nd. Doris Mensah Quainoo, Knust (Ashanti) – 11.86s

3rd. Blessing Samuel, Knust (Ashanti) – 11.96s.

Ghana’s Fastest human is a talent hunt athletics programme introduced by former Ghana runner Rex Brobbey to unearth talented youth and also promote them for future Champions to help Ghana end long term medal drought at Commonwealth and Olympics games respectively.



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