Popular Nigerian sportswoman, Tobi Amusan has incredibly achieved a massive peak after she won big at the World Athletics Championship held in Oregon.
The athlete astonished the world and broke the highest record in her category and also emerged as the gold medal winner of their competitive race.
The athlete who lives and trains in El Paso in the United States won the 100m hurdles in 12.06 seconds (wind-aided).
While she received her gold medal and $100k prizes for achieving this peak, she broke down in tears.
She is the first ever Nigerian athlete to become a world champion and also to finish up within 12.06 seconds in that category.
Watch video below;
🇳🇬 Tobi Amusa runs 12.12 seconds to break the Women's 100m Hurdles World record in the semis and wins the gold🥇in the final.pic.twitter.com/PZV7EGYn51
— ZEbet Nigeria (@ZEbetNG) July 25, 2022
🇳🇬🏅 Tears of joy for new world record holder Tobi Amusan as she collects Nigeria's first ever World Championship gold! What a moment! 🤗 pic.twitter.com/0oAjQZLOJb
— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS_AUS) July 25, 2022