Two athletes who will represent Ghana at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have landed in the Games Village.
Nadia Eke who will be a flag bearer was the first track & field athlete to come and this evening American based sprinter, Emmanuel Yeboah also landed.
He does the 60 metre, 100 metre, 200 metre and 4×100 metre. His personal best: 60 metre = 6.58, 100 metre - 10.06, 200 metre - 20.93, 4×100 metre - 39.13.
His seasonal best: 60 metre - 6.73, 100 metre -10.0, 200 metre - 21.30, 4×100 metre - 39.13.
Yeboah was educated at the Kumasi Academy SHS. He is currently at the Texas A&M University
He ran the fastest 60-metre prelim at the Ted Nelson Invitational and earned all-conference honours at the sec outdoor championship.
He also has a major achievement, being in the NCAA first-team All-American.
At the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, he has qualified to compete in the 4×100 metre.