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Tobi Amusan

25 Jul 2022
World 100m hurdles record holder, Tobi Amusan, in the early hours of Monday (Sunday in Oregon), won the women’s 100m hurdles gold at the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. And she did it by going faster than the 12.12s world record time she ran in the semi-finals, but her 12.06s in the final wasn’t…
25 Jul 2022
Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan in the early hours of Monday broke the women’s 100m hurdles world record in the semi-finals at the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Amusan, who was fourth at the Tokyo Olympics and the last worlds in 2019, clocked 12.12 seconds at Hayward Field, an hour and 50 minutes before she contests…
23 Jul 2022
Tobi Amusan ran an incredible 12.40 seconds in her opening performance at the World Athletics Championships in Oregon, USA to set a new African record and Nigeria’s fastest time in the history of the competition. The petite hurdler’s time is two hundredth of a second faster than the 12.44 seconds Glory Alozie ran to win…
23 Jul 2022
Sprint hurdler, Tobi Amusan, started her campaign for a medal at the ongoing World Athletics Championships in Oregon, the United States on a good note yesterday, setting an Area Record in the heat of the 100m hurdles.
18 Jul 2022
After the failure by Nigeria’s male sprinters to complement the brilliant performance of the mixed relay team at the ongoing World Athletics Championships in Oregon, the country’s hope for medals now shifts to the women, particularly long jumper, Ese Brume ...
15 Jul 2022
Three Nigerian athletes, including sprinter, Rosemary Chukwuma, may miss their events following delay by United States Consulates to issue them visas to participate in the Oregon 2022 World Athletics Championships..
6 Jul 2022
Long jumper, Ese Brume, and sprint hurdler, Tobi Amusan, are among 22 athletes selected by the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) for the World Athletics Championships....
25 Jun 2022
For about 10 years, former Nigerian sprinter, U.S.-based Blessing Okagbare was a notable figure in the prestigious Diamond League, particularly, 100m and 200m events.
20 Jun 2022
Sports Minister Sunday Dare says Tobi Amusan's record-breaking run in the 100m hurdles at last week’s Diamond League meeting in Paris is a further testament of Nigeria's rising profile in sports. The 25-year-old ran 12.41 seconds to break the nine month old African record she set last year at the Diamond League Final in Zurich.…
18 Jun 2022
Nigerian female hurdler, Tobi Amusan, made big headlines in Paris, France last night, setting a new African record 12.41seconds in the final of the 100m hurdles. Amusan, who narrowly missed a medal at the Tokyo Olympics, started slowly in yesterday's Diamond league in Paris, but picked up midway to finish in 12.41seconds. The Nigerian, who…
9 Jun 2022
Sprint hurdler Tobiloba Amusan became the fifth woman to successfully defend the 100m hurdles title after she stormed to victory in a wind-aided 12.57s at the ongoing 22nd African Athletics Championship in Mauritius. Amusan, 25, first won the title four years ago at the 21st edition of the championship and has now become the third…
24 Nov 2021
Nigeria's hurdler, Tobiloba Amusan, has claimed another global victory, this time, the prestigious FIN Women Award in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.


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