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My performance wasn’t what I expected but I’ll be back stronger, says Nigeria’s fastest man

By Guardian TV
02 September 2016   |   10:02 am
Nigeria's reigning 100m champion, Seye Ogunlewe, shares his experience at the Rio 2016 Olympics Games and opens up on his background and what he aims to achieve in athletics in this chat with Guardian TV.

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