Tobiloba Amusan has ran 12.51 seconds to win the 100 meters hurdles at the ISTAF IAAF meeting at the Olympia Stadion (Olympic stadium) in Berlin, Germany.
Tobiloba Amusan won the ISTAF Berlin women’s 100m hurdles ahead of Christina Clemons from the USA (12.69 seconds) and Nadine Visser from the Netherland (12.72 seconds) on the 1st of September, 2019.
Tobiloba’s run of 12.51 seconds, is her second-fastest time of all time.
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Team Nigeria have emerged with a second place finish at the 12th All-Africa Games in Rabat with a total of 121 medals, made up of 44 gold, 30 silver and 47 bronze.
Egypt got a total of 264 medals made up of 99 gold, 96 silver and 69 bronze to finish top, a position the North African country had maintained in almost all editions of the Games except that of Abuja 2003, when Nigeria topped, and in 1978 when they withdrew midway owing to perceived hostility with Algeria.
South Africa was third with 87 medals comprising of 36 gold, 26 silver and 25 bronze medals.
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Bayelsa Queens have emerged winners of the 2019 Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) Champions Shield played on 24th of August 2019 in Yenagoa, Bayelsa.
The team defeated Rivers Angels 2-0 at the end of the regulation time to secure the victory for the first time.
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