Ghana’s contingent to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, has moved to the Games Village after a successful ten-day pre-games camping at the Ramada Hotel in Queensland.
The contingent, was made up of athletes and technical team from eight disciplines, medicals and officials from the Commonwealth Games Federation of Ghana.
The team was met on arrival at the Games Village by the Chef de Mission, Mohammed Sahnoon and Operations Manager of Team Ghana, George Owusu Ansah.
Ghana would be lodging at the Sunset Apartment at the Games Village and also at some of the selected Townhouses at the village.
An operational office and a semi-medical centre has also been allocated to the team.
The team would be expecting athletes from swimming, shooting, weightlifting, para-cycling and athletics at the village on Monday, to complete w for Ghana to have her full complement of athletes for the games.
Team Ghana moved to Australia about 10 days ago to acclimatise and also have their final pre-games preparation for the Commonwealth Games which is expected to start on April 4, 2018.
Hockey, athletics and para-athletics team trained at the Runaway Sports Super Centre while the badminton trained at the Sky Badminton Centre in Brisbane.
The table tennis team also trained at the Gold Coast Table Tennis Centre with weightlifting training at the Powerlifting Training Centre (PTC) at Queensland.
Ghana’s cyclists were guided through their routes by Project Ghana Cycling of Australia and the boxers also at the Brisbane gym.