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Tobi Amusan Dominance Continues with Record-Breaking Victory at Gyulai Istan Memorial

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Breaking news today in Nigeria: Tobi Amusan Wins Gyulai Istan Memorial Women’s 100m Hurdles.

 

In a remarkable display of athletic prowess, Tobi Amusan, the Nigerian record-breaking athlete, continues to dominate the track and field scene. Adding to her already impressive streak of victories this year, Amusan secured yet another triumph at the Gyulai Istan Memorial Women’s 100m Hurdles in Budapest, Hungary. Crossing the finish line in a lightning-fast time of 12.35 seconds, she claimed her fourth consecutive win.

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Amusan’s latest achievement follows her outstanding performance at the Ostrava Golden Spike Meet in June, where she shattered her personal best by clocking in at 12.47 seconds, marking a significant improvement over her existing world record time of 12.06 seconds.

 

Displaying unwavering determination, Amusan once again left her competitors trailing behind. On Sunday, July 16, at the Silesia Diamond League competition in Poland, she set a new season’s best time of 12.34 seconds to secure victory in the women’s 100-meter hurdles.

 

Today, July 18, at the Gyulai Istan Memorial Women’s 100m Hurdles, Tobi Amusan once again demonstrated her unrivaled skill. Her triumph further cements her status as a force to be reckoned with in world athletics. Notably, Amusan has emerged victorious in three prestigious global events this year, in addition to successfully defending her national title in Benin City, Edo state, earlier this month, achieving a remarkable time of 12.70 seconds.

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Outperforming the competition at the Gyulai István Memorial meet in Hungary, Amusan surpassed the American athletes Lay-Lay Johnson and Nia Ali, who secured second and third place, respectively, with times of 12.41 and 12.50 seconds. With just over a month remaining until the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Amusan’s exceptional performance underscores her strong prospects in the upcoming event.

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The Gyulai Istvan Memorial serves as the sixth and final Gold competition on the World Athletics Continental Tour this season, providing a fitting stage for Amusan’s extraordinary achievements.

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That is the latest Naija news today in ” Tobi Amusan Wins Gyulai Istan Memorial Women’s 100m Hurdles”

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