Godwin Frimpong, has been crowned the 2019 Man Ghana champion
Ghana’s Middleweight Bodybuilding Champion topped Joseph Ofoli Kwei, Derrick Marley and William Sarpong to clinch the win
The 2019 Man Ghana Championship came off on Saturday, December 7, 2019
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At a competition of muscles and physiques, Ghana’s Middleweight Bodybuilding Champion, Godwin Frimpong, was crowned the 2019 Man Ghana champion on Saturday, December 7, 2019.
After beating a strong field of contestants including Joseph Ofoli Kwei, the 2019 Arnold Classic overall fourth-placed winner, Godwin Frimpong clinched first place.
Businessghana.com reports that Frimpong scaled through his weight category beating last year lightweight king and 2019 Arnold Classic lightweight champion Derrick Marley to second place with William Sarpong coming third.
Ofoli Kwei, alias Joe Bataba, beat Solomon Antwi Adjei and Peter Quaye Akweteh to second and third places respectively in the heavyweight category, while Adom Mobio won the lightweight class ahead of John Armah and Michael Otu Abakah.
Frimpong came face-to-face with heavyweight champion Ofoli Kwei and lightweight champion Adom Mobio for the overall winner, and after a series of quarter turns, front double biceps, front lat spread, side triceps, side chest, front abdominal and thigh displays, the judges settled on Frimpong ahead of Ofoli Kwei and Mobio.
According to Businessghana.com, Frimpong, aka Frimps, will join the likes of the maiden winner in 2006, Samuel Asante, alias Obour, and subsequent winners Christopher Antoh, alias Sabato, Kofi Salia, Yaw Azure, alias Sweet, John Anum, alias Agogo, and Cyrille Kofi Adja as champions of the biggest bodybuilding event in the country.
Daniel Acheampong picked the men’s physique title, while Vanessa Kolekie beat defending champion Victoria Agbeyeye to second place in the female Bikini contest with Nana Abena Sarpong placing third.
Blessing Okonkwo won the female physique category with Mary Nyarko Omale reigning supreme in the newly-introduced female figure category.
The winners received trophies and medals as well as food supplements from sponsors for their sweat.
All winners qualify to join the national bodybuilding team the Black Muscles as well as represent Ghana at next year’s International Federation of Bodybuilding (IFBB) Championship as well as the Arnold Classics to be staged in South Africa.
Meanwhile, in a recent blissful sight, the Chief Executive Officer of Despite Group of Companies, Osei Kwame 'Despite', has been spotted in his McLaren 720S Spyder on the streets of Accra.
Omgvoice.com reports the $325,000 black and white McLaren 720s car registered in 2018, was spotted in traffic at Dzorwulu by a member, Martin Edem Klutsey of the famous Trotro Diaries group.
The supercar was first spotted in September 2018 making the recent sighting the second time it has been in public. The revered business mogul is known for his extraordinary taste for cars.
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