The two day event held at the Hathramani Hall at the Accra Sports Stadium for both the left and right arm challenges saw Ghana bagging in 31 gold medals, 32 silver medals and 25 bronze medals to crown the host and win slogan, with Nigeria taking home six gold medals, six silver medals and two bronze medals as Mali bagged in six gold medals and four silver.
Egypt, had two Gold medals, one silver medal and one bronze to place fourth on the table with Togo bagging in one gold medal, two silver medals and three bronze medals as against Cameroon’s one gold medal, one silver medal and zero bronze medal to complete the fourth to sixth respectively.
The Ninth African Armwrestling challenge, saw the various countries competing in the para-Armwrestling, juniors as well as male and female categories in various weights, was more of friendship and cultural display, according to Mr Charles Osei-Assibey, President for Ghana Armwrestling Federation.
Ghana Arm wrestling Federation president Charles Osei Asibey described the championship as successful saying, " l must say it's been a long journey, it hasn't been easy, but its worthwhile.
"l commend all the participants for demonstrating high level of professionalism from start to finish."
Youth and Sports Ministry's advisor, Dr Owusu Ansah praised the leadership of Ghana arm wrestling for projecting the sport which was formed a little over a year.