Unstoppable! Tobi Amusan wins fourth straight national 100m hurdles title

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Unstoppable! Tobi Amusan wins fourth straight national 100m hurdles title

This victory serves as a strong springboard for Amusan’s ambitions at the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympics

Nigerian sprinter Tobi Amusan, the reigning World Champion, continued her dominance in the women’s 100m hurdles by securing her fourth consecutive national title at the national trials on Monday. Clocking an impressive 12.78 seconds,Amusan left her competitors in the dust, with Adaobi Tabugbo finishing second at 13.33 seconds and Faith Osamuyi taking third place at 13.36 seconds.

The 27-year-old Ogun State native thrilled the Benin City crowd with her flawless display of hurdling technique. This victory serves as a strong springboard for Amusan’s ambitions at the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympics.

Amusan’s commanding performance establishes her as a serious threat for a podium finish in Paris. She is also poised to make a significant impact at the African Senior Athletics Championship in Cameroon later this month, where she is expected to challenge for the top spot.

With her sights firmly fixed on the international stage, Amusan’s dominant performance at the national trials sets the stage for an exciting season. The 2022 World Champion is determined to peak for the Paris Olympics, where she aims to capture her first Olympic medal. Additionally, she is projected to be a key figure for the Nigerian contingent at the African Senior Athletics Championship.

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