If there was ever a doubt that Oluwatobiloba Amusan is the Nigerian athlete in great form going to the 2017 World Championships, such has been put to bed after she raced to a new Personal Best (PB) of 12.57s to win the women’s 100m Hurdles at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) finals on Saturday.
National double sprints Champion Blessing Okagbare has opened her 2017 season with a win at the Texas Tech Red Raider Shoot-Out held on Friday, April 28th. Okagbare, competing in the women’s Olympic Development 200m dash, clocked an impressive 22.87s (+1.3) to finish way ahead of USA’s Candace McGrone who posted 23.19s, while Cierra White was
A day before her birthday, Oluwatobiloba Amusan got something to cheer about after storming to victory in the women’s 100m Hurdles with a time of 12.67s at the University of El Paso invitational held on Saturday. Amusan has been in scintillating form this year, setting a new Personal Best (PB) of 12.63s last month
Lindsay Lindley Weyinme is improving in leaps and bounds this year, as the National 100m Hurdles champion last weekend raced to a new Personal Best (PB) of 12.90s at the Beach Invitational meet, less than a week after she came close to matching her previous PB of 12.97s The wind was favourable for Weyinme (+1.1)
Oluwatobiloba Amusan is displaying the kind of consistency needed to rub shoulders with the best female hurdlers in the world, with the Nigerian on Saturday breaking the Texas Relays 100m Hurdles Meet Record(MR) clocking a time of 12.72s to now rank number 1 in the world. Just last weekend, Amusan ran a new Personal Best
You may have heard that Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan ran a World Leading (WL) mark of 12.63s over the weekend, setting a new Personal Best (PB) and also breaking her school’s 100m Hurdles record. Well, in case you want to see how she attained that, you can watch the video uploaded by her school, University of Texas
Every competition brings Tobi Amusan a step closer to achieving her target of running a 12.5 in 2017! The University of Texas El Paso Sophomore opened her outdoor season on Saturday at the UTEP Springtime where she raced to the fastest time in the world in 2017, smashing her former Personal Best (PB) by a
Adekunle Fasasi is showing that he is in great form and would be the Nigerian quarter-miler to watch out for, after racing to an indoor Personal Best (PB) of 45.57s to finish 2nd in heat 1 and qualifying for the men’s 400m final at the ongoing National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Indoor Championships.
Did you miss Oluwatobiloba Amusan’s record breaking feat on Sunday? Don’t worry, we have clips of the races which were uploaded by her school’s official Twitter page @UTEPTrack . Here in the first race, Amusan completely destroyed the field as she stormed to victory in the 60m Hurdles. It's Tobi Amusan all by herself!! 8.01
Middle Tennessee State University Junior, Loveth Odia emerged champion in the women’s 400m after racing to an Indoor Personal Best (PB) of 53.88s to secure the title at the Conference USA Indoor Track and Field Championships held in Alabama during the weekend. The Nigerian sprinter erased her former lifetime best of 55.18s set in Nashville