Ghana Armed Forces’ Mariama Fatao wins 400m hurdle

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Mariama Fatao of Ghana Armed Forces won the Women's 400 meters hurdle

In front of cheering teammates in a conducive atmosphere, Ghana Armed Forces Mariama Fatao emerged victorious in the women’s 400 meters hurdle.

The promising athlete made a time of 1.03.965 minutes to win the race which had only two athletes competing instead of four.

Elizabeth Mensah, Fatao’s compatriot in the Ghana Armed Forces, clocked 1.04.198 – 0.0233 seconds less of the winner’s time.

Winner Mariama Fatao leaps off the hurdle as she powers to the finishing line


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