Ghana earned another medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Wednesday when boxer Wahid Osman advanced to the men’s light welterweight semi-finals.
Wahid defeated Antigua and Barbuda’s Alston Ryan to advance to the semi-finals, where Team Ghana are guaranteed at least a bronze medal.
Earlier in the day, Ghana’s first medal was won by Joseph Commey after he defeated New Zealand’s Alex Mukuka in the men’s featherweight quarterfinals.
Another medal for Ghana 🥉.
Abdul Wahib Omar 🇬🇭 defeated Alston Ryan 🇦🇬 in the quarterfinals of the light welterweight boxing division. He’s assured of at least the bronze medal.
Making the nation proud ❤#3Sports #B2022 pic.twitter.com/Kw8CBU67Ru
— #3Sports (@3SportsGh) August 3, 2022