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    Ghana’s Sole Judoka Joins Team In Tokyo

    Ghana’s sole Judoka Sensei Anani Kwadjo last week joined his colleagues at the Games Village in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

    According to Sensei Kwadjo he is in Tokyo to make a name for himself and the nation.

    Speaking in an interview with the Communications Team of the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC), Sensei Kwadjo said “nothing is impossible,” and that he was at the Games to have a lifetime experience.

    Sensei Kwadjo who would compete in the 90kilogram category said “in sports, all manner of things happens and therefore I would not rule out the chance of making a significant impact at the Games.

    The Judoka, won a silver medal at the African Championship in Senegal, which qualified him for the Games.

    Sensei Kwadjo who joined the team last week together with his Italian trainer, Victorio Serenelli advised Ghanaian youth to practice judo as it is a way of life.

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