Ghana’s Joseph Paul Amoah finished 4th for the Olympics 200m semi-finals. The Ghanaian sprinter qualified for the semi finals of the men’s 200m after finishing 3rd in heat 7 of the half lap event at the Tokyo Olympics.
Amoah finished 4th in the 200m semi-finals in 20.27s. He finished just behind the US’s E. Knighton (20.02s), Jamaica’s R. Dwyer (20.13s) and Nigeria’s D. Oduduru (20.16s).
He crossed the finish line in his Heat in 20.35s, behind USA’s Noah Lyles and eSwatini’s S. Masenjwa, who finished 1st and 2nd respectively. This achievement gave him entry into the 200m semi. At his debut Olympics, Amoah started Heat 7 off well in Lane 3, and came out of the bend in the lead.
Amoah took to Twitter to show his appreciation for the immense support.
Woow what a support base!!! Thank you guys, I truly appreciate it ❤️🙏🏿
— Joseph Amoah, OLY (@JAmoah_20) August 3, 2021
Here are some Twitter responses to Joseph Paul Amoah’s feat.
Ghana is proud of you Joseph Paul Amoah and the entire team
— ModernDay~MansaMusa🤴🏽 (@AstinVilla6) August 3, 2021
#wontumiSports Abu Congrats to Joseph paul Amoah for advancing to the semis hope he makes Ghana proud….and also Congrats to my @HasaacasLadies for their win and hope they win the final aswell…loud and clear on the streets of TAFO CALIFORNIA
— Mekwaku Asante (@e747382ba6f6407) August 3, 2021
You can do more, the first attempt was to taste the feelings and write your name in the book of Olympic Games. Another 3 years later that they will see who is Joseph Paul Amoah 🇬🇭🔥🏃🏿♂️.
We have a lot Championships ahead to use as preparations 🇬🇭🇬🇭#AthleticsHour#Ghana https://t.co/A9AQfjmjBx
— Athletics Hour (@AthleticsHour) August 3, 2021
You guys just have to do same in the relays and there’ll be magic. We believe in you 🇬🇭
— Owuraku Ampofo (@_owurakuampofo) August 3, 2021
Well done champ 🏆, you're a hero.. you fought a good fight💪, super proud of you, keep making the continents proud🇬🇭🏆 congrats! ❤️ Joseph Paul Amoah
— mm™ (@mandelamontana_) August 3, 2021
I stopped everything at the office and even called other colleagues to come to watch, we were jumping just like that😂😂😂😂. You blessed the office since the place was moody.
— Krom Aye d3 (@EKWIAFE) August 3, 2021
Relays Next champ🤟
Just keep up with the fire
You have the support of the entire nation💫🇬🇭🇬🇭
— Yaw Ampofo Jr (@Yaw_Ampofo_) August 3, 2021
More glory days ahead . Kudos
— Nathaniel Mensah (@mensah_9) August 3, 2021
Well done Star boy, we go harder on Thursday
— MarCelo (@NtiAppiah_) August 3, 2021
No slowing down. You got this. 🇬🇭
— Emanny Kb (@jaemanuelz) August 3, 2021
We are all keen to see Ghana win medals. Let's put in more hardwork. It will soon pay off
— Nosk (@khulijr) August 3, 2021
That's why "Ghanaian athletes have at least 15mil coaches on social media," they love their athletes that much!
— Derrick Psalm (@Derrickpsalm) August 3, 2021