Tobi Amusan Sets New Record, Wins Silesia Diamond League Women’s 100m Hurdles

Tobi Amusan Sets New Record

World record holder, Tobi Amusan, on Sunday, won the 100m ladies’ obstacles at the 2023 Silesia Precious stone Association.

Amusan completed the race in 12.34 seconds to break the meet record, overcoming American Kendra Harrison who came a nearby second with a period of 12.35s, while 2019 title holder Nia Ali of USA completed third with 12.38s.

The success sets her in a solid place of certainty in front of the following month’s Reality Sports Titles in Budapest.

Talking on the triumph in Poland, Amusan revealed that she was doing combating wounds in her hamstring and knee however she’s content with the triumph.

“Each race in turn, my mentor has consistently let me know that, and I’m glad to have completed here with another season’s ideal and the gathering record,” she said in a Facebook post.

“All Magnificence to God and a major holler (to) my mentor and my whole group as well as my consistently strong fans.”

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