Ghanaian sprinter, Benjamin Azamati has qualified for the finals of the men’s 100m race in the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Birmingham
The 24-year-old made it with a time of 10.18s as he came behind Netheneel Mitchel-Blake and Welshman, Jeremiah Azu
He picked up one of the two non-automatic qualifying spots in a race that was well challenged by all the sprinters.
He will be competing with the likes of Ferdinand Omanyala, Netheneel Mitchel-Blake and Welshman, Jeremiah Azu as well as South Africa’s Akani Simbine in the finals.
How Azamati made the Men’s 100m Final!!
Ferdinand Omanyala 🇰🇪 (10.02s)
Akani Simbine 🇿🇦 (10.07s)
N. Mitchell-Blake 🏴 (10.13s)
Emmanuel Eseme 🇨🇲 (10.14s)
Jeremiah Azu 🏴 (10.15s)
Rohan Browning 🇦🇺 (10.17s)
Benjamin Azamati 🇬🇭 (10.18s)
Yupun Abeykoon 🇱🇰 (10.20)
Good luck Champ 👏