Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan wins gold at the 2024 All-African Games

Amusan, a Nigerian sprinter and field record holder, won her third gold medal at the 2024 All-African Games, which are now taking place in Accra, Ghana.

On Wednesday, March 20, 2024, Tobi Amusan accomplished this accomplishment by taking home the gold medal in the 100-meter hurdles competition.

It is thought that her time of 12.89 seconds in the 100-meter hurdle race for Nigeria was one of her slower finishes.

She won a gold medal at the All-African Games for the first time in 2015 in Brazzaville, Congo, and again in 2019 in Rabat, Morocco.

Following Tobi Amusan’s recent triumph in Accra, Nigeria has won 31 gold medals overall at the 2024 All-African Games. In addition, the nation has won 32 bronze and 22 silver medals, for a total of 85 medals won.

Nigeria is still trailing Egypt in the 2024 All-African Games medal standings, despite their recent triumph. Egypt has won 165 medals overall as of Wednesday morning, March 20, consisting of 92 gold, 40 silver, and 33 bronze.

Together with Team Nigeria, the other nations contending for the top slots are fourth-place Algeria, fifth-place Tunisia, and third-place South Africa.

Ghana is currently ranked sixth on the 2024 All-African Games medals table. The other nine spots on the list are occupied by Mauritius, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Morocco, and Mauritius.




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