Watch Emotional Moment As Tobi Amusan Received Gold Medal After Breaking New World Record

Nigerian women at the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Oregon have been making their country proud with Tobi Amusan who recently smashed the World Record x2 to win 100m hurdles gold.

Tobi Amusan has done it yet again by setting another World Record. Finishing the 100 meters huddle race at 12: 05 seconds.

Handing over to Nigeria her first ever World Athletics Championship Title.

Earlier on a board at the World Athletics Championship where athletes write their goals and stuf.

Tobi Amusan wrote out her own goals of becoming a world champion which means she literally spoke her world record into existence.

Tobi Amusan

Tobi Amusan speaking her world record into existence

The athlete, Tobi Amusan destroyed the  the world record of 100m hurdles  record in 12:12 seconds (+0.9 m/s) in the semis.

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She became emotional while receiving her Gold medal as she faced the flag for the anthem and then receives another $100k cheque for breaking the world record.

With this record, she has done what has never been done before

She beat a record previously set by American athlete and  world record holder, Keni Harrison in 12.27s and Jamaican athlete, Danielle Williams in 12.41s

In the same vain, other Nigerian female athletes made Nigeria proud in the ongoing event.

Ese Brume wins silver in Long Jump.

Joy Udo-Gabriel, Favour Ofili, Rosemary Chukwuma & Grace Nwokocha broke a 30yr old 4x100m African record.

Christy Opara-Thompson, Faith Idehen, Beatrice Utondu, and Mary Onyali held the 4x100m record for 30 years after their unforgettable performance in the 1992 Olympic Games.

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