Nigeria’s rave of the moment, Tobi Amusan was in her best elements at the Silesia Diamond League, winning the 100m Hurdles on Sunday, Sportivationng.com reports.
Amusan finished first in Poland with a 12.34 seconds to equal the meeting record in the race.
Harrison Kendra and Ali Nia finished second and third respectively.
This is Amusan’s second victory in the Diamond League this year after she finished first in Stockholm two weeks ago.
The 26-year-old was excited to win the race and she quickly switched her focus to the World Championships in August.
“I would not say that I executed, but the second part of the race was really good. I am most definitely building up for the World Championships, extremely satisfied with my season best – one step at a time,” Amusan was quoted by Making of Champions.
“I take it one step after the next. I knew it was going to be a battle until the finish line. I am happy to compete against the best. I am just out here doing well, I would not say that I am the best. I came out there, I was not feeling too good.”
Amusan is now seven points clear of Camacho-Quinn in the Diamond League standings.
The Ogun-State born athlete will defend her world title in Budapest, Hungary next month.