Kim Collins break 60m record and Nigerian Shines in 400m

A Nigerian Paul Dedewo showed a flash of what he’s capable of by winning tough race in Albuquerque, United State Of America in 400m collegian indoor. He ran a quick time of 46.33s to shot himself to number {7} in the World. He now join his compatriot  Kunle Fasasi and Obi Igbokwe in the World ranking. Kunle Fasasi is currently number {3} in the World following his sensational 46.02s run last weekend while Obi Igbokwe’s time of 46.40s stand him in number {10} in the World.The other Nigerian that manage to appear in the World ranking are an incredible African 110m hurdle champion Oluwatobiloba Amusan who is surprisingly number {15} in 200m with a time of 23.38s ran last friday. She’s presently number{19} on her favourite 60h with a time of 8.08s. In the 60m female, Stephanie Kalu has manage to put Nigeria back to  recognition by snatching number{29} in the World with a time of 7.29s in the 60m. But sadly, no Nigerian is ranked in the 60m male. An event Nigeria used to dominate with Deji Aliu{6.49s} and Olusoji Fasusba{6.50s} of this World.

The 40 years Kim Collins Shattered 60m master record in Mondeville, France yesterday.He ran a blistering 6.52s only bettered by an American  Chrsitian Coleman{who is both leader in the 60m and 200m} of 6.51s. In Mondeville, Collins who defy his age by tearing the whole field  mostly half of his age by coming first. In Melbourne Nitro Athletics tour, Asafa Powel of Jamaica comfortablely won his 60m in a static 6.64s.

By discernsportblog

Former sprinter, Taewondo and Badminton Player. Sport Physiotherapist

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