Tobi Amusan is undoubtedly enjoying the best time of her career with lots of accolades, great feats, and a groundbreaking record to show for it all, we all can agree that her hard work, grit, discipline, and commitment are starting to pay off, from Oregon now to Birmingham commonwealth games.
The world hurdles champion recently spurred Nigeria’s 4x100m women’s team to gold in Birmingham as the country claimed it first-ever commonwealth games title in the event.
The women’s 4x100m quartet, which includes Favour Ofili, Rosemary Chukwuma, and Grace Nwokocha, claimed gold in record-breaking fashion, finishing in 42.10secs to break the 42.22secs African record they set last month’s World Athletics Championships in Oregon, USA.
Owing to all these successes around her, Amusan shared:
GOD’s Showing Up & Showing Off!!!
2x Commonwealth Games Champion ✔️
Games Record ✔️
4*100 AR ✔️ https://t.co/oOmX0M0ChZ
Amusan became the first Nigerian world champion in an athletics event when she won the 2022 World Athletics Championships 100 meters hurdles gold medal, setting a new world record of 12.12 seconds in the semifinal, followed up by a wind-assisted 12.06 seconds in the final to take the gold medal.
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