Ghana's Unicycling Medalist Shares Photos of Childhood in the Upper East Region

Ghana's Unicycling Medalist Shares Photos of Childhood in the Upper East Region

  • Roger Haun III became the first Ghanaian to win medals at the Unicycling World Championships in France
  • The Unicyclist and his family have been living in the Northern Part of Ghana since he was just a year old
  • The teenager shot to prominence after his remarkable achievements in France during the Unicycling championships

Father of Unicyclist, Roger Haun III, William Haun, has expressed gratitude to Ghanaians for the massive show of support for his son.

Roger Haun III made history by becoming the first Ghanaian to ever win medals at the Unicycling championship.

The teen sensation won a silver and bronze in the 30m Wheel Walk Race and 50m One-Wheel Race respectively.

Roger Haun, Ghana, Unicycling
Ghanaian unicyclist Roger Haun has shared photos from his childhood in Ghana. Credit: @whaun
Source: Twitter
"The kindness of Ghanaians never ceases to amaze me. Thank you to all who have shown love to my son & me over the past few days. It is very encouraging," wrote Williams Haun on Twitter.

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Roger Haun III and his family have been living in the Upper East of Ghana since he was one and the young rider speaks fluent Mamprusi, a local dialect in the northern part of the country.

His achievement is expected to inspire Ghanaians who are interested in Unicycling.

Roger Haun III wins two medals at World Unicycling championships

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghanaian teen Roger Haun III has bagged two medals at the Unicycling championship in France.

The youngster became the first Ghanaian to ever win medals at the Unicycling Championship after claiming silver and bronze 30m Wheel Walk Race and 50m One-Wheel Race respectively.

In a video posted on social media, the teenager blistered past his opponents to finish second in the 30m Wheel Walk Race.

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The former Ivory Coast captain left Africa at a very young age to France, where he started his football at US Dunkerque.

In a post on social media, Drogba revealed how it all started, as he played from grassless pitches to the Stamford Bridge.

Source: Sports Brief News

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