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Tobi Amusan Shows Resilience in New York Grand Prix 100m Hurdles

In the women's 100m hurdles event at the New York Grand Prix, Nigerian athlete Tobi Amusan faced a challenging start but showcased remarkable resilience to secure a commendable third-place finish. Despite encountering hurdles early on, Amusan crossed the line with determination, clocking in at 12.66s (-1.9).

Victory in the highly competitive race went to Devynne Charlton of the Bahamas, who sprinted to first place with an impressive time of 12.56s. Following closely behind was Alaysha Johnson from the United States, claiming the second spot with a time of 12.58s.

Amusan's performance highlights her ability to overcome obstacles and remain competitive at the highest level of athletic competition, setting the stage for further success in her promising career.

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