Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan booked her place in the final of the women’s 100m Hurdles after she equaled her Personal Best of 12.28s to win her semis at the ongoing IAAF World Athletics Championships.
Amusan, the African and Commonwealth Games Champion, had set the fastest time ever in ta World Championships heats with a 12.48s clocking ran with aplomb, as she barely clattered a hurdle.
Running from lane 5, Amusan ran a very silky race, as she brushed aside Jamaica’s Janeek Brown whom she beat in the Heat yesterdays.
Amusan will now be looking to get her first World Championships medal when she comes up against World Record Holder Kendra Harrison and 2015 World Champion Danielle Williams.
The final comes up by 6:50pm later today.