Ghana will see its first ever female judo athlete compete at an Olympic Games on Tuesday.
Yet more remarkable is that Szandra Szogedi is, in fact, a former gymnastics champion from Hungary.
The 27-year-old, who first competed for the West African nation only five years ago, will take to the judo mat in the 63kg category in Rio at 13:00 GMT.
She hopes her qualification can help grow the popularity of the sport in a country where football and boxing dominate and funding remains scarce.
Szogedi became a competitor for Ghana after marrying a Ghanaian.
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