Ghana’s sprinter Joseph Paul Amoah picked bronze medal for the nation in the Men’s 200 meter running event at the 2022 Commonwealth Games last Saturday.
The 25 year old finished third in the 200m final clocking a time of 20.49seconds, with the commentator describing his performance as the “run of his lifetime.”
Trinidad and Tobago’s Jereem Richards defended his title making Games Record(GR) and a personal best with a 19.80 seconds win.
Zharnel Hughes of England proved he was no easy push over as he came second on 20.12 seconds finishing closely behind Richards.
Ghanaian sprinter Amoah specializes in the 100 metres and the 200 metres. It is his first Commonwealth medal.
He becomes the third Ghanaian to win a medal in the 200m final since Stanley Allottey, who won gold in 1966 and George Daniels, who won silver in 1974.