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Byline: Nana Poku
Dolphins, a Ghanaian swimming club based at the Tesano Sports Club House, outpaced the Ikoyi Club of Nigeria in a swimming contest at the last weekend.
The swimming contest which has become an annual affair between the two clubs is in its seventh year.
The Dolphins won 33 gold, 24 silver and 23 bronze while the Ikoyi won only 2 gold, 7 silver and 8 bronze. The Dolphins were presented with a trophy and a cash prize. Ghana has won five out of the seven encounters.
In an interview, Mr. Theodore Edzi, First Vice President of Ghana Swimming Association (GSA) and Madam Marguerith Accad, Second Vice President of GSA, bemoaned the lack …