Tobi Amusan must have forgotten how to lose as she’s done it again by winning the Gold medal in 12.30secs for Team Nigeria in the Women’s 100m Hurdles final in Birmingham. Just after the historic feat she displayed at the just concluded World Athletics Championship in Oregon where she set the world record for her self (12.12s), Amusan came like a rocket, blazing through the field. Not only did she successfully defend her title, she also broke the Commonwealth Games record.
Tobi Amusan clocked 12.30 (-0.2) to win Gold for Team Nigeria also set the Commonwealth Games record (GR)
Team Nigeria now has 10 Gold medals at the Commonwealth Games, Birmingham 2022 to beat Gold Coast record of 9 Gold medals in the event
The world record holder destroys the field in the women’s 100m hurdles final to win gold and it’s a Commonwealth Games record
Devynne Charlton takes silver but England’s Cindy Sember picks up bronze and she can’t contain her excitement.