Sean Safo-Antwi, a member of Ghana’s 4X100m relay team that won gold in the ongoing Africa Games in Morocco, is celebrating the team’s victory in the competition.
The 29-year-old together with Benjamin Azamati, Martin Owusu Antwi and Joseph Paul Amoah piped favourites, Nigeria to win gold in the 4X100m relay on Wednesday with a time of 38.29 seconds.
Shortly after the victory, the sprinter who first competed for Great Britain before switching allegiance to Ghana in 2016, took to twitter to express his joy for emerging victorious.
The triumphant Ghana’s 4X100 relay team
According to him, his joy was limitless for grabbing gold and because they have been able to make the nation proud.
“GOLD…GOLD…GOLD…GOLD Words cannot describe how I feel right now. Today we have done Ghana proud!! 4x100m relay GOLD MEDALISTS AND AFRICAN CHAMPIONS ((((((38.29))))))”, he twitted.
He was also happy the same team was competing for the second time and believes it may have contributed to their success.
“This is our second time running as a team. #AfricanGames #gold #AfricanChampions”, his tweet read.