|Born||July 8, 1972|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||79 kg (174 lb; 12.4 st)|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||Long Jump – 8.12 m
Triple Jump – 17.23 m
His personal best in the triple jump is 17.23 meters, achieved on August 1998 in Dakar. This is the current Ghanaian record as well as the fourth best triple jump result in Africa, behind Ndabazinhle Mdhlongwa (17.34 m), Ajayi Agbebaku (17.26 m) and Khotso Mokoena (17.25 m). His personal best in the long jump is 8.12 meters, achieved on June 24, 1995 in Saarijärvi. His personal best in the long jump was a Ghanaian record between 1995 and 2003.
He received a doctorate degree from Middle Tennessee State University in 2004 and currently serves as an associate professor in the Health and Human Performance Department at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). He also volunteers as a Track & Field assistant coach at MTSU in the horizontal jumping events.
Dr. Owusu is the country (Ghana) coordinator for the Ghana School-based Student Health Surveillance System (2006-Present). The latter surveillance system is jointly managed in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Ghana Education Service (GES).
Dr. Owusu attended the Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School (Presec Legon) and the University of Alabama, where he was an 8-time All-American with the Alabama Crimson Tide's Track and Field Team, competing in the long jump and triple jump. He became the University's record-holder in the Long Jump of Indoor Track and the Triple Jump of Outdoor Track, and was the 1996 NCAA National Champion in the Long Jump of NCAA Indoor Track and Field. He competed in the Summer 1996 Olympic Games (Atlanta) and 2000 Olympic Games (Sydney), representing Ghana.
- 1996 NCAA National Champion in Long Jump Indoor Track and Field - first place
-  Archived May 20, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
- "Ghana - CDC Global School-based Student Health Survey (GSHS)". CDC.gov. Retrieved 2014-03-12.
- "Ɔdadeɛ.org: Presec Old Boys' Association". Odadee.org. Retrieved 2012-08-02.
|Triple Jump – Ghana
1998 – present
|Notes and references|
|1. Ghana Home Page|
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