Georgiana suffers a setback in her pursuit of a medal in the African Games

Sierra Leone 400mteter track queen, Georgiana Sesay suffered a setback in her quest for a medal at the 13th African Games.

By Magdalene Konneh

At the University of Ghana Stadium, Georgina Sesay from Team Sierra Leone was one of the athletes who competed in the women’s 400-meter final at the 13th African Games in Accra, Ghana.

Although she missed out on her goal of winning a medal, Georgina gave a phenomenal performance, clocking in at 52.49 seconds and finishing sixth.

Georgina displayed exceptional skills and unwavering determination during the race. She ran down the track with enthusiasm, representing her country with pride.

Despite failing to achieve her desired outcome, her effort and commitment were clearly visible. She highly valued leaving an enduring impression on both the audience and fellow competitors.

In the end, it was Kenya’s Mary Moraa, the reigning 800-meter champion, who took home the gold medal with ease, clocking in at 50.57 seconds.

Nigeria’s Esther Joseph won the silver medal, finishing in second place, with a time of 51.61 seconds.

After her impressive performance, Georgina, who was not widely known to many Sierra Leoneans, quickly became a star.

Her unyielding spirit and tireless drive were admirable, and many fans of athletics are confident that she will one day triumph with a gold medal around her neck.

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