Reigning African champion in the 110m hurdles, Antonio Alkana has revealed that his target at the 2018 edition of the competition in Asaba, Delta State was met.
The South African made this known in an interview with busybuddiesng.com after winning the 110m hurdles final at the Stephen Keshi Stadium on Saturday in 13.51s.
He won the race ahead of Nigerian silver medallist Abejoye Oyeniyi (13.87s), Liberian bronze medallist Wellington Zaza (13.88s) and Ogieriakhi Martins of Nigeria who finished the race with a time of 13.93s.
In his words, Alkana said: “I came here to defend my title and that’s what I did.”
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