Tobi Amusan finished fourth in the Women’s 100m Hurdles event at the Athletics World Championships on Sunday night.
Amusan was on course for her first World Championships medal, however, a poor reaction time off the block cost the 22 year-old.
Tobi Amusan ran a time of 12.49s to place fourth in the Women’s 100mH Final.
— Athletics Federation of Nigeria (@The_AFN) October 6, 2019
America’s Nia Ali and Kendra Harrison came through first and second respectively, while Jamaica’s Danielle Williams won Bronze.
The Nigerian, who is the Commonwealth champion crossed the line in 12.49s.
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