Budapest 2023: Pressure takes it’s Toll as Sprint Queen Amusan Looses Title, Places 6th

BUDAPEST- Nigeria’s sprint queen and world record holder Tobi Amusan failed to defend her title after finishing 6th in the women’s 100m hurdles final at the ongoing World Athletics Championship in Hungary

Amusan who had endured a gruelling suspension case with the Athletics Integrity Unit, (A.I.U), for missed dope testing whereabouts charges, eventually had her suspension lifted close to competition time

Jamaican Danielle Williams won the star studded final lineup with a time of 12.43secs, Puerto Rican powerhouse Jasmin Camacho-Quinn came second with a time of 12.44secs and former world record holder Kendra Harrison of the USA finished third posting a time of 12.46secs

2019 gold medal winner Nia Ali of the USA, falied to find her form finishing last with the slowest time of 12.78secs, Ditaji Kambunji of Switzerland came in 7th with 12.70secs, Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan posted 12.62secs placing 6th, Ackera Nugent of Jamaica came in 5th posting 12.61secs and Devyinne Charlton of the Bahamas finihsed 4th with a time of 12.52secs

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