Nigerian track queen Tobi Amusan has won the 100m hurdles at the Diamond League in Eugene, Oregon, US.
The Sunday feat is her third consecutive Diamond League trophy.
Amusan achieved this after finishing in 12.33 seconds to see off competition from Puerto Rico’s Jasmine Camacho-Quin in 12.38 seconds.
US Kendra Harrison came third in the race.
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In 2021, the Nigerian made history with her first Diamond League Trophy, clocking 12.42 seconds. She thereafter clinched it in a time of 12.29 seconds in Zurich last year.
After a disappointing performance in Budapest, Amusan bounces back in style, making history as only the second woman in Diamond League history to win three consecutive 100m hurdles titles.
Danielle Williams of Jamaica who dethroned Amusan in Budapest finished fourth in 12.47
Amusan was left shattered in the build-up to the World Championships in Budapest after she was provisionally suspended by the Athletics Integrity Unit for whereabouts failures.
The 26-year-old was cleared by a disciplinary tribunal on the eve of the meet’s kickoff and it wasn’t surprising when Amusan uncharacteristic finished sixth in the 100m hurdle final in Budapest.