Akwaaba or welcome to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Ghana is participating in one of the prestigious games by joining a group of commonwealth nations around the globe. For Ghanaians living home and abroad, 2014 Commonwealth Games has brought history and sense of pride to us. For the first time in the history of the Games, Ghana has a representation in non-traditional sports. Track Cycling.
Dawn broke clear, though a little cold in temperate climate regions, in September 2013, Ghana Track Cycling was born in Glasgow, by a group of Ghanaians, headed by Mr Sean Dyantyi, supported by Mr Samuel Okrako a nationalist, and Mr Jedidiah Amoako-Ackah a Glasgow resident sportsman who changed a carrier from football to undertake Track Cycling. Ghana Track Cycling works in association with Ghana Cycling Federation, the governing body of cycling in Ghana.
The newly built Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, in Glasgow and the availability of other facilities and cycling shops did help in developing the sports and amply helped in the preparation for the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow. Local businesses and sponsorship from Property Catalogue in terms of equipment purchases and other related advertising and publicity cost. Even so, there were contributions from friends and family support.