Emmanuel Nartey

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Emmanuel Nartey, PhD in international law and human rights, now legal and business consultant in international trade and the global economy (born 18 April 1983 in Accra) is a Ghanaian judoka. He competed in the men's 73 kg event at the 2012 Summer Olympics and was eliminated by Dex Elmont in the second round.[1] He was the first judoka to represent Ghana at the Olympic Games.[2] He participated in the Senior world championship 9 x

• 9 x World Championship Representative and 6-time quarterfinalist, Olympian/ 3 World Cup Golds, 1 Silver, 4 Bronzes, 1 European Cup Bronze, Commonwealth Silver and Bronze medallist, Army Judo Team Captain • Author – My Olympic Dream Book, Bath University Blues Award, Queen`s Gold Jubilee award • 2016 UEL International Excellence Award • 2012 Army Sportsman of the Year • 2013 Combine Service Sportsman of the Year • 6 x Bath University Athlete of the Month • 3 x Ghana Sport man of the Year EDUCATION • 2015-2020 Ph.D. Student University East London, (International law and Human Rights Law) • 2015-2016 GDL University of Law • 2014-2015 University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, Master’s degree (LLM) in International Trade and Economic Law • 2013-2014 University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, BA (Hon) Business Management/Business Law • 2011 – 2013 University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, (FDA) Business Management • 2009 - 2011 University of Plymouth, (HNC) Certificate of Higher Education in Engineering • 2008 – 2009 City of Bath College (HNC) Human Resource Management/Business Management 2003 -NVQ L3 – Security, lost and prevention, health safety at work • 1999-2001 CTC 1 (HNC) Construction and Civil Engineering

Nartey studied at the University of the West of England and the University of Law. He serves in the British Army.[3][4] He is the author of a book titled My Olympic Dream.[2]

In 2018, he donate books to Dzorwulu Primary School, to support the poor students, as well as putting future plan in place to further assist the poor students in the school.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Emmanuel Nartey". London 2012. Retrieved 2012-08-04. 
  2. ^ a b "Emmanuel Nartey: First Ghanaian judoka to compete at the Olympic Games". Inside the Games. Retrieved 2016-08-09. 
  3. ^ "Glasgow 2014: British Army helps Ghanaian Nartey's Olympic dream". BBC. Retrieved 2016-08-09. 
  4. ^ "Nartey aims to make history". Team Bath. Retrieved 2016-08-09.