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Team Nigeria’s Oluwatobi Amusan is through to the semi-final of 100m Women’s Hurdles of the Tokyo Olympics Games.

Tobi in the early hour of Saturday won Heat 3 of the 100m Women’s Hurdles with a time of 12.72 second to qualify for the semifinal.

The 23-year-old crossed the finish lane ahead of Jamaican Yanique Thompson and Polish Pia Skrzyszowska who returned with the time of 12.74 and 12.75 seconds respectively.

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Amusan, who is ranked number four in the world in the 100m hurdles, will now compete in the semi-final by O11.45 am on Sunday.

She one of Nigeria’s hope of picking a meal in the Athletics events at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics games.

The post Amusan cruises into semis of 100m Women’s hurdles appeared first on Sporting Life.

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