|Born||2 October 1948|
|Sport||Track and Field|
|Event(s)||100m, 200m, 4x100m
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||200 m: 22.9 sec (Christchurch, 1974)|
Annum was one of many athletes through the defunct National Sports Festivals organised annually in Ghana. She benefited from the sponsorship of Ghanaian athletes by the United States. She competed in the 1964 Olympic Games but did not advance past the preliminary stages in the long jump, placing 28th with a best jump of 5.45 metres.
She was honoured in 2010 for her achievements in sports by the Action Progressive Institute in Ghana.
|1965||All-Africa Games||Brazzaville, Congo||1st||Long jump|
|1970||British Commonwealth Games||Edinburgh, Scotland||2nd||100 m|
|1972||Olympic Games||Munich, Germany||6th||100 m|
|1973||All-Africa Games||Lagos, Nigeria||1st||100 m|
|1974||British Commonwealth Games||Christchurch, New Zealand||3rd||200 m|
- World women's all-time best 200m (last updated 2001)
- "Minister blames death of sports to collapse of National Sports Festival". ModernGhana.com. 2011-05-07. Retrieved 2011-06-13.
- "US, Haven For Ghanaian Athletes". Ghana Home Page. 2009-07-17. Retrieved 2011-06-13.
- "14 Ex-Black Stars players to be honored". Ghana Home Page. 2010-10-27. Retrieved 2011-06-13.
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