Belgium-based Ghanaian powerlifter and strongman, Evans Nana Ekow Aryee, popularly referred to as ‘Evans The Hulk’ is set to participate in another edition of East Flanders Strongest in Belgium.
The Ghanaian-born athlete has over the years lifted high the flag of Ghana by leading competitions in Belgium and other European countries, not so long ago, Evans was adjudged Belgian deadlift record holder with a total of 338kg.
He has also competed in FIBO one of the biggest fitness competitions in the world.
Evans is tipped for greatness as he continues to challenge the status quo and lift high the flag of Ghana in international weightlifting competitions.
In response to how prepared he was for his upcoming competition on Sunday, 26th June 2020 at Stekene, East Flanders, Belgium, he alluded to the fact that a lot has gone into his preparation and he is poised to emerge victorious at the end of the competition, hence he called on Ghanaians both home and abroad to support him as he hoists high the flag of Ghana.
“ I must admit a lot has gone into my preparation for this particular competition, for me my approach for every competition is almost all the time difference, I look forward to above all things doing exceptionally well in this competition as a way of holding high the flag of Ghana in the area of diaspora powerlifting. I am also appealing to all my fans to come to support me in their numbers.”
Evans also asserted that he looks forward to representing Ghana in international competitions, especially in the Olympics.
“One of my biggest goals is to help promote the sport of powerlifting and strongman, especially in my home country Ghana, hence I have extensive plans of representing Ghana at international competitions like the Olympics when the opportunity avails itself,” he stated.