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World Athletics Championships: Tobi Amusan’s giant leap

By Guardian Exclusive
25 July 2022   |   2:43 pm
Nigerian Athlete, Tobiloba Amusan in the early hours of Monday set a world record, twice, to win the 100m hurdles race at the World Championships in Oregon, USA. First, she won the semi-final in 12.12 seconds. Then, she blew away her rivals in the final to win the gold medal with a world record time of 12.06 seconds, Nigeria's first ever.

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