The Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC) hailed Nigerian sprint queen Tobi Amusan on her stunning Diamond League victory.
overlay-clevercloseOn Sunday night, Logo Amusan took first place in the Oregon Diamond League.
The world record holder in the 100m women’s hurdles previously won the title in 2021 and 2022.
Amusan won the race in 12.33 seconds, a season’s best time.
In response, Habu Ahmed Gumel, President of the NOC, commended Amusan for remaining focused on her aim.
“Your triumph in the face of adversity, in particular, is inspiring,” Gumel stated in a congratulatory letter published by Tony Nezianya, Public Relations Officer, NOC.
“Many thanks for staying focused on your goal, and ultimately emerging as the undeniable champion. Your dedication, persistence and relentless hard work are truly inspiring.
“Your achievement will undoubtedly inspire countless young athletes to follow in your footsteps and pursue their dreams with determination and passion.
”You’ve propelled Nigeria to greater heights, and your victory is a moment of national pride that we’ll always cherish.
Kanyidaily recalls that Tobi Amusan Won Third Consecutive Diamond League Trophy.