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2020 Tokyo: Amusan Breaks 21 Years Jinx, Through To 100m Hurdles Final

Nigeria’s Oluwatobiloba Amusan, emerged winner of the first semifinal 100m women’s Hurdles event to reach the final of the ongoing 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games in Japan.

Amusan ran 12.62s to become the first Nigerian since Glory Alozie at Sydney 2000 to reach the 100m hurdles final at the Olympics after 21 years.

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