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Oregon 2022: Amusan Thankful After World Title, Record Feats

Oregon 2022: Amusan Thankful After World Title, Record Feats

Oluwatobiloba Amusan can’t her excitement after making history at the just concluded 2022 World Athletics Championships in Oregon, United States of America, reports

Amusan became the first African and Nigerian to win the 100m Women’s hurdles title at the World Championships on Sunday morning.

The 25-year-old also earlier in the day set a new World Record in the semi-final.

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Amusan won the final with a time of 12.06s (+2.5m/s) which would have been her second World Record of the day but for the excess wind.

Jamaican Britany Anderson came second in
12.23s, while Olympic Champion Jasmine Camacho-Quinn settled for Bronze with the same time.

” I couldn’t be more thankful, I have come out here with a win and the World Record,” Amusan was quoted by Making of Champions.

Ese Brume won Nigeria’s second medal of the day after claiming Silver medal in the Women’s Long Jump.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Chudynak 4 weeks ago

    Congratulations Tobi. Accept my best wishes in your career!

  • Sammy 4 weeks ago

    Ese Brume won Silver with a jump of 7.02M, and not bronze. Complete Sports please make necessary corrections. Thanks.

    • Caleb 3 weeks ago

      It’s a shame that the complete sports journalist could make such a blunder, Bruce won Silver with a jump of 7.02m. Some of us watched it live.

  • Caleb 3 weeks ago

    Brume I meant

  • Rotimi 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for the report. But a slight error in the fact the Ese Brume won a silver not a bronze medal