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#2022CWG: Nigeria’s Nwachukwu Sets Two World Records To Win Gold In Women’s Discus

#2022CWG: Nigeria’s Nwachukwu Sets Two World Records To Win Gold In Women’s Discus

Team Nigeria’s Para-athlete Goodness Nwachukwu broke two world records in quick successions, to win gold in women’s F42 Discus event at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games on Thursday.

Nwachukwu’s feat means Nigeria now has four gold medals and have taken their tally to 10.

In her first attempt, Nwachukwu threw a mark of 34.84m to get off on a perfect start.

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She then went on to improve on her world record by setting a new one of 36.56m.

Australia’s Sarah Edmiston won silver while the bronze medal went to Naibili Vatunisolo of Fiji.

Earlier on Thursday, Innocent Nnamdi won bronze for Nigeria in men’s powerlifting and Ifeanyi Onyekwere qualified for the semi-finals in men’s super heavyweight.

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  • Edoman 2 weeks ago

    Up Nigeria. Nigeria is now taking her rightful place among the other Nations in sports it is a big shame we are not in World-cup in Qatar.

  • Ikeben 2 weeks ago

    Let’s not be too carried away, we usually get around 9 to 11 gold medals in previous CommonWealth games in the last 3 editions. So with 4 or Gold and counting we are not doing badly but not to be too exited. If we can top South Africa that will be a good let’s remember that in 1994 we were 5th on the overall Medal table.

    Well done guys we will definitely lead Africa and become a force to reckon with in the World very soon.