Nigeria’s track jewel Oluwatobi Amusan has just broken her own Record, storming to a new African Record of 12.41s (-0.4) to win women’s 100m Hurdles at the Paris Meet.
This is the 3rd fastest time in the world in 2022. Hitting form at the right time.
Tobi was way ahead in her race, getting to the line a clear winner to shave off one-hundredth from her previous AR of 12.42s, almost two-tenths faster than Devynne Charlton who was 2nd in 12.63s (SB) and Cindy Sember 3rd in a time of 12.73s.
The feat is even more wonderful when you consider that she was left at the blocks in this race, yet she turned it around from the 3rd hurdle and ran 12.41s!