Ghanaian Teenager Who Runs Like Usain Bolt Shatters 100m, 200m Records, Hits Ronaldo’s Siuuu

Joseph Andoh Kwofie celebrated his remarkable feat by hitting Ronaldo's Siuuu celebration
  • Joseph Andoh Kwofie crowned his momentous feat with a Ronaldo-esque celebration.
  • The high school student excelled at the recent Inter Colleges Games in the Cape Coast.
  • Kwofie clocked 10.4 seconds in the 100m event and 20.8 seconds in the 200m distance.

Ghanaian sprinter, Joseph Andoh Kwofie shattered long-standing records in both the 100-metre and 200-metre races at the recent Central Regional Zone 3 Inter Colleges Games, held in Cape Coast.

Despite being a first-year student at Mfantsipim Senior High School in Ghana, the budding athlete left a lasting impact by obliterating records that had remained unbroken for 30 years.

Kwofie delivered an astonishing performance, clocking an impressive time of 10.4 seconds in the 100m race and 20.8 seconds in the 200m race, per Asante Forkuo.

These remarkable achievements set the stage for what promises to be an exciting and promising professional career.

Videos of the race have gone viral on social media, highlighting Kwofie effortlessly overtaking his competitors before disappearing out of sight, establishing new records in the process.

After his extraordinary run, the student – who appears to be an admirer of Al-Nassr star, Cristiano Ronaldo -celebrated with his idol’s iconic ‘Siuuu’ celebration, igniting cheers from the crowd gathered at the venue.

Azamati breaks 100m Olympic record
Sports Brief previously reported that for the first time in more than two decades, Ghana had her 100-meter Olympic Games record broken by Benjamin Azmati.

The sprinter broke Leo Myles-Mills’ long-standing national record for the country over the 100m distance and booked a place at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.

This also made Azamati the first man to go under 10s in 2021 worldwide, and the third Ghanaian to book a ticket to Tokyo after Joseph Paul Amoah and Nadia Eke.

Bolt keen on athletics return
Sports Brief previously reported on Usain Bolt seeking a return to athletics six years after retiring as a sprinter.

The Jamaican legend believes he can help to restore the charisma he believes has been drained out of the sport.

By 2017, Bolt was an 8-time Olympic gold medalist, 11-time world champ, and still holds multiple world records.

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