Top seven Nigerian sports champions
These champions are Nigerians who have excelled at sports and made their name stand out in history as the top sportsmen of their country. They are shown on TV, you see them at stadiums, many wager fortunes on them at this online casino in Nigeria. They are famous for a good reason, and in this list we will talk about the 7 best Nigerian champions.
This woman is the African record holder for running 200 meters in the shortest time, and she has had a pretty mixed season this year. The has taken shining victories at the Rabat 100 meter run and at the 200 meter run at Eugene. She participated in the IAAF Diamond League. She has also qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the sprinting double.
This is the biggest Discus champion in Nigeria, and she has also thrown a new shotput record of 61.38 meters. This woman has made impressive throws every time she competed, and her showing at Discus in 2019 was exclusively great. She won a Gold medal at the African games for her shotput performance.
This athlete has seemingly remained hidden for a long time, but he was just waiting to show his true genius. He has, however, set a few records before, and at 2007 he clocked 9.96 seconds in the 100 meter sprint.
He also won a silver medal for running a part of a 400 meter relay, where he made the team win. The sprinter has also won at many more smaller tournaments all over the country.
He is one of the best sportsmen this year, and he has won at a NCAA match with 20 seconds. This speed got him the third place, and he is the third fastest runner in history. The champion later went on to claim 9.86 seconds at a 100 meter race, and a time of 19.7 seconds at a 200 meter race. This double victory gave him worldwide acclaim.
Oduduru also won the silver medal at the 200 and 400 meter runs t the African Games and he also debuted at a number of World Championships.
Chukwuebuka Enekwechi was the Nigerian sportsman who managed to get to the finale of the World Championships.
The broke the National shot put record in August, when he was able to reach 21.8 meters. He set a new record in the African Games, where he made the new Games Record 21.48 meters. The champion also took part in the Diamond League and World Chaps.
She is the 5th best woman champion in the history of women’s 100 meter hurdle runs. The had many magnificent seasons, and the was able to set a new record of 12.68 seconds. Tobi reached the Diamond League in Brussels after her amazing performance during this season. She set a new record of 12.48 seconds at the World Championship and went on to make a number of debuts at other tournaments.
And Ese takes our No.1 spot! In August of 2019 she was able the set a new record in long jumping, becoming the third Nigerian to ever cross the 7-meter mark. Her record is 7.05 meters, and she also went on to take other prizes, winning the bronze at the World Championship by jumping 6.91 meters.