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Freezy Macbones to represent Ghana at 2024 Paris Olympic Games

UK-based Ghanaian Boxer, Seth Gyimah popularly known as ‘Freezy Macbones’ has confirmed his eligibility to represent Ghana at the forthcoming 2024 Paris Olympic Games slated to take place in France.

According to the boxer, having been given the greenlight by the Ghana Boxing Association (GBA) to represent the country, he will work hard to ensure he does not bottle the opportunity.

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Freezy Macbones continued that he has already commenced training to make sure he help Ghana achieve their aim in boxing as far as the Olympic Games is concerned.

“I have been called on to represent my country Ghana at the upcoming 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, France. This will commence after the African qualification bouts next month.

“In Dakar, Senegal which I’m currently training hard for, in order to make it past the qualifiers & bring back the Gold next year.

“This opportunity to represent my home country at the world’s biggest sporting event is a dream come true. It’s time to make my country, family, and friends proud. I’ll be joining the Black Bombers of Ghana soon to make this dream a reality,” he made this disclosure on his official Twitter handle.

He added “Thank you all for the support so far, I hope I can continue to count on your support as my journey continues Let’s Go! See you guys again soon!”

The 33-year-old boxer has enjoyed a quick rise to prominence in April 2023 after defeating Darryl Sharp at the London-based Copper Boxing Arena.

It followed by a technical knockout over CJ Wood in an undercard bout during the Joe Joyce and Zhilei Zhang main event.

‘Freezy Macbones’ after his departure from Ghana for the UK in 2012, commenced training as a boxer in 2017 at the age of 27.

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