Tobi Amusan Wins NCAA In A Second World Leading Time

The city of Eugene called ‘Track Town’, the historical home of Nike in the Portland state of Oregon was brought to halt by the large athletics enthuastic all of the US for the final of NCAA championship. It was a day everyone was looking up to the female to also produce some record like the men race have done. But the athletics fans were not dissapointed. Kyra Jefferson of Florida state University rose to the occasion by shattering both the Collegiate and NCAA meet 200m record in flies to 22.04s thereby erasing Dawn Sowell 22.04s record.

Then super Tobi Amusan produced her best hurdling on Saturday{10} few hours ago to win her first NCAA championship in very contested race, thereby blasting incredible second world leading time of 12.57s to almost match the 12.56s world leading time. She was closely followed by Jasmine Camacho-Quinn 12.58s run.

The 100m was won by Mikiah Brisco{10.96s} and followed by Deejah Stephen{ who was disqualify again in the 200m after similar episode in the indoor} with 11.04s run.

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