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Amusan Wins Fourth Consecutive 100m Hurdles Title

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World record holder Tobi Amusan secured her fourth national title in the women’s 100m hurdles at the national trials in Benin, Edo State, finishing with an impressive time of 12.78 seconds.

The 27-year-old sprinter from Ogun State dominated the race, with Adaobi Tabugbo coming in second at 13.33 seconds and Faith Osamuyi taking third place at 13.36 seconds.

Amusan’s victory serves as a promising warm-up for the Paris 2024 Olympics, where she will be aiming to replicate her impressive performance on the global stage.

This win marks her fourth consecutive national title in the 100m hurdles, solidifying her position as a force to be reckoned with in the sport.

The fans in Benin, Edo State capital, were thrilled by Amusan’s hurdling prowess as she successfully defended her national title. Her impressive performance has set the tone for an exciting Olympic season, and Nigerians will be eagerly watching her progress in Paris.


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