Nigeria’s queen of the track, Oluwatobiloba Amusan caught the eye as she won the 100m hurdles at the Silesia Diamond League on Sunday.
Amusan took first position in the race with a time of 12.34s.
It was a meeting record and her personal best time this year.
American duo Harrison Kendra and Ali Nia came second and third respectively.
The 26-year-old reflected on her performance.
“I would not say that I executed, but the second part of the race was really good. I am most definitely building up for the World Championships, extremely satisfied with my season best – one step at a time,” Amusan was quoted by Making of Champions.
“I take it one step after the next. I knew it was going to be a battle until the finish line. I am happy to compete