World record holder in the women’s 100m hurdles, Tobi Amusan says she isn’t worried about breaking the stadium record at Stockholm Diamond League.
The Nigerian track sensation equaled her new season best of 12.47secs as she finished second in the Women’s 100m Hurdles at her first Diamond League of the athletic season, held in Lausanne.
Speaking ahead of Sunday’s showdown,
“I don’t go to competitions worried about time, as I just try to focus on myself, my hurdles, execution, and Whatever you see on the clock is my 100%.”
The battle for a place in the Wanda Diamond League final continues this Sunday as Amusan and other top athletes descend on Stockholm for the second part of a three-day double bill in athletics’ premier one-day series.
Amusan will be going up against rival Jasmine Camacho-Quinn of Puerto Rican, who struck gold twice at the Ostrava Golden Spike and Diamond League in Lausanne.