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TOKYO 2020- TAKYI WINS GHANA’S FIRST MEDAL

Samuel Takyi won his Olympic quarter-final to guarantee himself at least a bronze medal at Tokyo 2020. The medal will be Ghana’s first at the games.

The 20 year old beat the 32 year old David Avila, a South paw in the Quarter finals by a 3-2 decision.

His win guarantees an Olympic medal for a Ghanaian athlete in 29 years.

The featherweight boxer receives a boxing medal for Ghana after Prince Amartey last did it in 1972.

He will face American Duke Ragan in the Semi-finals on Tuesday, 3rd August at 2:30 AM (gmt).

He will fight in the semis for a chance to get gold. All boxers in the semi-finals automatically get a bronze medal.

Stade Afrique

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