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THE INCREDIBLE TOBI AMUSAN IS TWICE THE CHARM AS SHE ‘BREAKS THE WORLD RECORD TWICE’ in ONE NIGHT TO CLAIM ‘THE INCREDIBLE GOLD’!

The world takes notice as twice in one night and in the space of 1 hour apart Tobi Amusan obliterated all to win a deserved Gold in 100m hurdles with a World record time. All hail the track queen!

We had just posted about the incredible feat performed in the semifinal of the 100m hurdles at the World Championships Oregon 2022 by this most incredible and out of the world personality by the name Tobi Amusan, when she wiped the old record of 12:20 owned by her American rival Kendra Harrison to set a new of 12.12seconds, but before we could blink she had come out back less than an hour later, to further remove the doubts from everyone’s minds to again totally wipe out everyone in her race and break the world record again (albeit not a legal time this time around due to the wind speed which wasn’t her making) she just broke again the world record clocking a blistering 12.06secs!

Making the 2 time by her on one night just one hour apart at most, the fastest ever times in the world in the 100 meters hurdles, no wonder champions like her likes of the most incredible Usain Bolt and Noah Lyles had to exclaim in wonderment! Bolt- “Wow” and Lyles- “Are you kidding me?”.

She absolutely left her rivals in her wake so there wouldn’t be any confusion about her win. And from how determined she is, she may again break her own superlative record at the “Commonwealth Games” set to start on Thursday, July 28, 2022 tagged “Birmingham 2022”.

Henceforth, it’s obvious that the world is now going to take full notice as the 100 meters hurdles would be under her feet as she reigns supreme as the “ultimate queen of the quick hurdles” from Ijebu-Ode, in Ogun State, in Nigeria, in Africa! Dark skinned and supremely lovely.

All hail the queen of the tracks!

Had she broken the world record the 2nd time, that would have meant a cheque of $200,000 that’s a whopping N300m plus for just breaking the records.

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