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Joseph Amoah Breaks Ghanaian 200m Indoor National Record With Just 20secs

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Ghanaian runner Joseph Amoah has broken the 200m indoor public record with a sizzling 20.57 secs at the 2022 Boston University Invite.

Amoah’s time is positioned number 1 in Africa and fifth on the planet as of February fifth, 2022.

The 25-year-old broke the Ghana 200m indoor public with a period of 20.57 seconds in the last to dominate the men’s race at Boston, MA.

Another Ghanaian thrilling runner Owusu-Antwi Martin likewise positioned third in 21.44 seconds.

Amoah currently holds three (3) public records: indoor 200m, open air 200m, and 4x100m.

It is a decent beginning to the season for the 25-year-old Coppin State University graduate who will want to have a greater effect this year following a respectable 2021.

With the World Championships to come in Eugene, USA in July and the Commonwealth Games to trail that, 2022 is set to be a major year for the previous Prempeh College understudy.

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