Non-GUSA Games


Swimming at UG was only seen as fun and for leisure but grappled in its quest to gain competitive edge until 2008 when UG hosted the West Africa University Games (WAUG) which converge over 50 universities across Africa on the UG campus. During this period all swimming competition was held at the Lincoln Community School in Accra.


Goalball is a team sports designed specifically for blind athletes, originally devised in 1946 by the AustrianHans Lorenzen and German Sepp Reindle, in an effort to rehabilitate visually impaired  veterans who returned from the World War II. 
The Goalball game was introduce by the UG Sports Directorate in the 2009 as a way of providing the platform for to experience social and sporting inclusion irrespective of barriers due to physical or visual impairments.