Commonwealth Games Ghana’s Hor Halutie places last in 100m Women finals

Hor Halutie came 8th out of 8 athletes in the 100m final for women at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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Ghana’s Hor Halutie places last in 100m Women finals

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Ghanaian athlete Hor Halutie booked her place in the final of the 100m Women at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia with a time of 11 minutes 46 seconds in the semi-final.

Despite having to go through her qualification as one of the two fastest losers in the semi-fina 2, Hor Halutie looked poised to make her country proud in the final.

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The Ghanaian raced against seven other athletes in the final and came out last with a time of 11 minutes 54 seconds.

Ghana is still yet to win a medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games having featured in a host of events such as hockey, boxing, table tennis and others.

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