Nigerian hurdler Oluwatobi Amusan is back to winning ways, after the disappointment at Lusanne last month where she lost to Olympics Champions Jasmine Camacho-Quin.
The 25-year-old breezed past her challengers to win the women’s 100m Hurdles at ISTAF Berlin this Sunday.
Amusan won the race by more than one-tenth over her closest challenger, clocking 12.45s .
United States’ Tia Jones finished second with the time of 12.58s, while Megan Tapper of Jamaica took the third position after racing 12.66s.
Meanwhile, Ese Brume finished second in women’s Long Jump event.
Brume jumped 6.78m to finish behind World and Olympics Champions Malaika Mihambo who won the event, leaping a distance of 6.92m.
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