Rose Yeboah Wins Gold In High Jump. She Now Secures A Spot At Paris 2024

Rose A. Yeboah

Africa’s reigning high jump champion, Rose Amoanima Yeboah, won the gold medal in the women’s high jump on Tuesday, March 19, 2024.

Yeboah defeated her rivals after getting a height free from 1.90m jump with a flawless expertise to secure gold while Guinea’s Fatoumata Bailey won the silver in the wake of jumping a height of 1.81m and Algeria’s Darina Fadil picked the bronze with a level of 1.78m.

Subsequent to taking out her opponents at 1.90m, she rivaled herself to better the record but, sadly, couldn’t go past the test.

In any case, she had loud cheers at the University of Ghana Sports Stadium while she jogged across the field hoisting the Ghana flag after winning the biggest prize in the event.

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Rose Yeboah, who is Ghana’s high jump record holder with a height of 1.94m, is currently a consecutive gold medalist after winning gold in the 2019 African Games.

She has now booked a spot at the forthcoming Paris 2024 Olympics competition not long from now.

She won Ghana’s 10th gold medal in the games and took the country’s tally to 10 gold, 22 silver, and 15 bronze, which sum up to 47 medals in total.

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