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Accra Technical University to host 12th GHAPSA games

The Ghana Polytechnic Sports Association (GHAPSA) has handed over the games flag of its body to Accra Technical University to play host to other Technical Universities and Polytechnics as the host institution for the next GHAPSA games.
The games flag was handed over to the Dean of Students Affairs of ATU, Mr. Michael A. A. Okae Adow who received it on behalf of the Interim Vice Chancellor of ATU at the closing ceremony of the 11th GHAPSA Games held at Bolgatanga Polytechnic.

ATU scores GHAPSA hat trick

Accra Technical University (ATU) has made history by winning the Ghana Polytechnic Sports Association Games in three uninterrupted succession.
The feat came at the Upper East Regional capital, Bolgatanga where Bolga Polytechnic played host to eight technical universities and one other polytechnic for the six-day sports fiesta.
Accra Technical University who went into the tournament as defending champions emerged once again as the overall champions to make it the third time after winning Takoradi 2013 and Kumasi 2015.

GHAPSA at their feet

If you have ever been at any athletics meet or even an inter schools sports festival, you probably know that only one race is fit for the gods and only that race offers the bragging rights to whoever emerges as its champion.
The just ended GHAPSA 2017 held at the Upper East Regional capital, Bolgatanga, was no exception to this rule. I am talking about the 4X100 metres relay event.