The fastest University Athlete on the continent in the 2019 All African University Olympics in Cairo (representing UG), Benjamin Azamati, an alumnus of University of Ghana and the fastest local athlete based in Ghana until moving to the United States of America to further his education in January 2020 broke yet another record in The Lone Star Conference™ (LSC) Meet. He run a time of 6.62 in 60 meters and 20.97 in 200 meters.
Representing West Texas A&M University in the LSC Meet this year, Azamati broke his own record in the 60 meters which he set in May 2020 by 10 micro seconds. He also broke the 200 meters in the same competition.
The Lone Star Conference™ (LSC) is an innovative athletics conference that aims to provide a superior competitive experience for member institutions and to allow for comprehensive development of student-athletes through academic services and life skills programming.  The LSC continues to build upon its proud history while intending to be recognized as the premier National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II conference in the nation.
Benjamin Azamati will represent West Texas A&M University in the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championship from 11th and 14th March, 2021 in Birmingham.
Azar affectionately called by his team mates is a beneficiary of the University of Ghana Policy on the Admission of Athlete Students (UG-PAAS). He won gold medals in 100 meters both locally and internationally while representing the University of Ghana and Ghana. These competitions include 2019 UG Inter-Hall Athletics, 2019 African Games in Rabat (part of the Ghana 4x100 quartet team to break the 16 years wait), 2019 Mini Ghana Universities Sports Association (GUSA) Games (University of Cape Coast) and 2020 GUSA Games (University of Ghana, Legon). He competed in the 2019 World Athletics Championship in Doha, Qatar. All these laurels he achieved within January 2019 to January 2020 as a student of University of Ghana under the Sports Directorate.