Nigerian athlete, Oluwatobiloba Amusan has expressed appreciation to “everyone who guided” her to success at the just-concluded Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Amusan became the first Nigerian to win a hurdles title at the Games after crossing the line at 12.68 seconds in the women’s 100m hurdles at the Gold Coast competition.
She also won a bronze medal, together with Joy Udo-Gabriel, Blessing Okagbare and Rosemary Chukwuma, in the women’s 4x100m relay team with a time of 42.75 seconds.
The sprinter took to Twitter on Thursday to say a big thank you to her family, her coaches, family and supporters.
“I take pride in saying that I did not come this far with my own efforts but with the help of Jehovah, my family, spiritual parents, VCBC Family, Coach Lacena & Davian, AFN, NOC, Utep Athletics D. ,Athletic trainers, strength and conditioning coaches.
“Teammates, Amazing supporters, IMI & Adidas Running. Blessed & Thankful for everyone who guided me to achieve this masterpiece,” tweeted Amusan.
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