The Nigerian Athlete, Tobi Amusan made Nigeria proud as she has broken the women’s 100m hurdles world record in the semi-finals at the World Athletics Championship in Eugene, Oregon.
Amusan who was fourth at the Tokyo Olympics and the last World Athletic Championship in 2019, clocked 12.12 seconds in the semi-finals breaking the former World record and becoming the first Nigerian world record holder.
The Athlete is now a world record holder as she couldn’t believe the history she has made. She also had the fastest heat qualification record.
Amusan’s previous personal best was 12.40 set in the first rounds at worlds on Saturday. Nigerians are definitely happy with this record (watch it here)
She has become the first Nigerian to break the world record.
see the post below.
We're all in awe 😱#WorldAthleticsChamps pic.twitter.com/GVedKaa2Jf
— World Athletics (@WorldAthletics) July 25, 2022
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