After her recent win, the Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC) has showered encomium on Track and Field Queen Tobi Amusan.
Tobi Amusan’s performance at the Diamond League has attracted praise from the Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC), who were thrilled by her outstanding contributions to flying Nigeria’s flag high.
The 26-year-old won a third consecutive Diamond League trophy finishing with a season-best time of 12.33 seconds.
10:37 - 18.09.2023
Nigeria’s Queen of Track and Field Tobi Amusan, set a new record by winning her race in the just concluded Diamond League (Eugene 2023).
10:45 - 18.09.2023
Minister Owan Enoh congratulates Nigerian duo Tobi Amusan and Ese Brume for Diamond League success.
Tobi Amusan is an inspiration to countless young athletes
Habu Ahmed Gumel, President of the NOC in a message signed by its Public Relations Officer Tony Nezianya labelled as an inspiration to many young athletes in the country.
Tobi Amusan earned plaudit for her hardwork, dedication, and resilience that has helped her triumph even in the face of stiff opposition.
"Your triumph in the face of adversity, in particular, is inspiring.”
“Many thanks for staying focused on your goal, and ultimately emerging as the undeniable champion. Your dedication, persistence and relentless hard work are truly inspiring.”
“Your achievement will undoubtedly inspire countless young athletes to follow in your footsteps and pursue their dreams with determination and passion."
Tobi Amusan encouraged to do more
He added that the success of the Women’s 100m Hurdle record holder is a moment of national pride that will always be cherished.
‘’You’ve propelled Nigeria to greater heights, and your victory is a moment of national pride that we’ll always cherish.’’
“Once again, congratulations on your outstanding victory at the Golden League, and we look forward to seeing more of the same from you in the future.”
Despite her win at the Diamond League, Tobi Amusan is still enmeshed in controversy with the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU).
09:47 - 19.09.2023
The athletics body has refused to give up on nailing Nigerian sprinter Tobi Amusan.
The AIU charged the Nigerian Hurdler for allegedly missing 3 whereabouts tests, of which a Disciplinary Committee cleared her of any wrongdoing.
However, the AIU has refused to accept the verdict of the Disciplinary Tribunal and now dragged Tobi Amusan to the Court of Arbitration of Sports (CAS).