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Nigerian track sensation Tobi Amusan seized the spotlight with a world-leading performance, outpacing Jamaica’s Danielle Williams at the Athletics Invitational.

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Amusan reaffirmed her status as the fastest woman globally this year, clocking an impressive 12.40 seconds to clinch victory in the 100m hurdles at the Jamaica Athletics Invitational.

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Under favorable conditions in Kingston, the 26-year-old Nigerian dashed to a commanding win against a formidable field. Her blazing time of 12.40 seconds left the competition trailing, with reigning World Champion Danielle Williams settling for second place in 12.46 seconds. American Christina Clemons secured third with a time of 12.54 seconds.

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Amusan’s triumph serves as a significant declaration of intent ahead of major competitions and the 2024 Paris Olympics. Her stellar form in 2024 began with an African record of 12.58 seconds in Doha the previous month, and she continues to impress following her world record-breaking run of 12.12 seconds at the 2023 World Championships in Oregon.

With her commanding performance in Jamaica, Amusan sends a clear message to her competitors that she is poised to reclaim her world title. Her exceptional technique, speed, and confidence signal her as a force to be reckoned with in the hurdles event, setting high expectations for her future performances.

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