Nigeria’s Oluwatobi Amusan has failed to make it to the podium in the final of Women’s 100m hurdles at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics Games.
Amusan who ran from lane six finished fourth with the time 12.60 second to miss out on a medal.
Despite missing out on a medal, Amusan became the first Nigerian since Glory Alozie at Sydney 2000 to reach the 100m hurdles final at the Olympics after 21 years.
Meanwhile, Puerto-Rico’s Jasmine Camacho-Quinn won the gold, while United States Kendra Harrison and Jamaican Megan Tapper settled for the silver and bronze medal respectively.
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn ran 12.37 seconds, while Kendra Harrisonand Jamaican Megan Tapper returned with the time of 12.52 and 12.57 seconds respectively.
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