Tobi Amusan has On Sunday evening, set another record, wining the women’s 100 meters hurdle at the Silesia Diamond League in Poland.
The current world record holder won America’s duo of Kendra Harrison and Ali Nia to equal the meeting record.
The world record holder and Commonwealth Games champion clocked 12.34 seconds to outrace Harrison; 12.35 and 2019 world champion Ali; 12.38.
She equalled the meeting record at the Silesia Stadium, Chorzó as well as a season’s best.
Amusan had a stellar 2022 where she delivered brilliant performances at the Diamond League, Commonwealth Games, and World Athletics Championships.
She became the first Nigerian world champion after she clocked a wind-aided 12.06 seconds, ineligible as a world record because of +2.5 meters per second strong wind.
The sprinter gained her ground with a gold medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games before retaining her Diamond League title to put a brilliant wrap on her season.
She was nominated for the 2023 Laureus World Breakthrough of the Year award in February.
The award recognises individuals and teams from the world of sports along with sporting achievements throughout the year under review.