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Nartey, 29, will be making history as the first judoka from the country to compete at the Olympics when he takes on the double World Championship silver medalist.
The British Army man has been competing for Ghana since 2004 and will rely on his experience at past competitions including a gold medal at the 2009 World Cup to see him through.
His opponent, Elmont last competed at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and comes from a rich family background in Judo: his father competed in the 1978 Olympics while his brother is also a judoka.
Nartey had an extensive pre games preparation with trips abroad whiles also training with his teammates at the Bath University in the past two months.