Amidst all the challenges the team faced in preparations towards the games, 16 Ghanaian athletes have safely arrived in Rio for the 2016 Olympics slated to commence on the 5th of August, 2016.
Now that the team has been cleared to take part in the competition, Ghanaians can only hope for the best in this year's Olympics.
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However, another issue that has arisen among international media is the accommodation for the thousands of athletes who will be in Rio to compete for medals.
Although the Brazilian government has constructed a habitable space dubbed the Olympic Village, some nations have not found their accommodation satisfactory.
Team Australia for instance called the village uninhabitable, as problems with plumbing, electricity, gas, and overall cleanliness caused them to quickly move into hotels.
Ghana however are yet to complain about the facility. Take a look at where Ghanaian athletes will be calling home for the next three weeks.
Rio's Olympic village is expected to host over 17,000 athletes from across the world.
Other athletes have complained about the beds and the bedrooms. But what do you think?
But the view from the balcony isn't half bad.
The athletes can also continue to train while at the village with this equipped gym.
The athletes will also be able to cook their own meals in shared kitchens.
Decent bathrooms too.
And for medical emergencies, the teams are covered.
What do you think of the Rio Olympic village? Is it good enough or do you agree with teams that have said the facility is not up to standard?
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