How I groomed Tobi Amusan – Coach Ayodele Solaja
By Guardian Exclusive
11 August 2022 | 8:54 am
Coach Ayodele Solaja, Founder, Buka Tigers Athletic Club speaks about how he discovered and trained Tobi Amusa, the current African, Commonwealth, and World Champion in the 100m hurdles as well as the record holder in the three competitions.
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