Nigerians look forward to an extension of record as Tobi Amusan qualified to the finals of the women’s 100m Hurdles at the ongoing 2022 Commonwealth Games with yet another brilliant performance which clocked 12.40s.
The defending champion from the 2018 Commonwealth Games which was held in Gold coast, Australia will on Sunday race to maintain her title at the Alexander Arena, Birmingham.
Amusan had left Oregon for Birmingham shortly after winning a gold medal at the women’s 100m hurdles final at the 2022 World Athletics Championship which made her the first ever Nigerian Athlete in history to win a world title at the World Athletics Championships.
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Tobi Amusan has been recently dubbed the trailblazer after her sensational record at Eugene, Oregon was immediately followed by back-to-back success stories of other Nigerian athletes performing in their respective fields. Her victory was such a morale booster for many other athletes.
On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of Nigerians will hope to witness an extension of record by the graceful athlete and Nigerian pride at the Alexander Arena, Birmingham.