Kaya Forson and Anthony Martial were all smiles together in Ghana camp on Wednesday ahead of the start of the Rio Olympics.
The elder of the two, Kaya, 14, will represent Ghana in the swimming competition while Szogedi, Born in Budapest, will ‘be making history as the first-ever female judoka to represent Ghana.
— Ghana Olympic Commit (@GhanaOlympic) August 3, 2016
The Ghana Olympics team arrived in Brazil on Tuesday for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Sixteen athletes are ready to reprsent Ghana at the Olympic Games Rio 2016.
The team is based in a new site in Rio, a new apartment towers built to house 11,000 athletes and their 6000 coaches
The site is complimented by swimming pools, tennis courts and bike lanes with founder of RSG events, suppliers of furniture for the athletes Paul Ramler saying the athletes are going to have everything they could possibly wish for during the Games.
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