Photos: Tobi Amusan sets new 100m hurdles record

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Tobi Amusan, a 26-year-old Nigerian, beat Harrison Kendria and Ali Nia of the United States to set a new record for the fastest time in a 100-meter hurdles competition. At the Silesian Stadium in Poland during the Silesia Diamond League, Amusan established this record.

Amusan recorded the meeting’s official fastest time for the 100-meter hurdle event with a mark of 12.34 seconds. Harrison Kendria and Ali Nia, two Americans who finished second and third with times of 12.35 and 12.38 seconds, were right behind her.

Amusan discussed this accomplishment and remarked, “It was not easy for me with injuries in my hamstring and my knee. But I trusted in my coach and my work. It’s all about the process. I just won this in a smooth style; I was just running. Honestly, I had no idea that I won when I crossed the finish line.”

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