Winter Olympics 2018: Akwasi Frimpong is Ghana’s first skeleton competitor

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    Athlete Akwasi Frimpong has qualified to compete as Ghana’s first Olympic skeleton athlete at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

    The former sprinter says he wants to inspire others to take up winter sports.

    Video producers: Elaine Okyere, Yemesi Adegoke and Piers Edwards

    View the original article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-42819545

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