Five Ghanaian cyclists will compete in the road cycling competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
According to the Technical Director of the Ghana Cycling Association, they have trained well for their level and what the country has to offer in terms of preparatory facilities, and they will do their best.
According to Mr. Shaban Mohammed, the recent Accra Tour and Tour Du Ghana were useful exercises for the Cycling Association since it allowed them to watch and observe cyclists who are in good shape and ready for international assignments.
Anthony Boakye-Road, Abdul Rahman Samed Road, Christopher Symonds-Road-UK, Emmanuel Arthur-Road-UK, Henry Tetteh Djangbah-Road-UK, and Emmanuel Otukornor Sackey-Track make up the Cycling Team.
Ghana will also compete in Para Cycling, with Frederick Assor-Track, Rudolf Mensah-Pilot, Erica Sedzro-Track, and Florence Heridor-Track representing the country in Tandem Track.
The riders will perform well, according to Mr. Dennis Moore, Communication Manager of the Ghana Cycling Association. He stated that competing at the Commonwealth Games is a fantastic experience that will allow riders to learn and see a lot. He thinks that the Commonwealth Games would have a positive impact on the lives of many competitors.