The youngster who won the heat one, has defied the odds and is currently among the finalists and becomes the country’s only hope currently to win a medal
Former T.I AMASS sprinter Hor Halutie has qualified to the final of the Women’s 100 metres race in the 2018 Commonwealth Games holding in Australia on Sunday.
Hor, 19, although, failed to pick the automatic qualification in the semifinals, she was however selected as one of the two fastest losers with a time of 11:46sec, one second below the time she made to qualify to the semis.
AshesGyamera.com understands that the final race has been scheduled for Monday morning at exactly 11h50 GMT.
In other related news, Hor’s countrymen Gemma Acheampong and Flings Owusu Agyapong, couldn’t progress to the final. Acheampong placed 6th in the semifinals 1, while Agyapong also finished the semifinals two sixth following a poor start to the race.
They have expressed their support behind Hor to at least pick a medal, and make Ghana loud and proud despite the stiffer oppositions she is bound to face in the final. They will be in the stands at the stadium, to throw their weight behind the youngster as she hopes to make history.