World record holder, Tobi Amusan, aka, Tobi Rocket, went all the way to win the Silesia Diamond League‘s 100m women’s hurdles on Sunday in Poland.
Tobi Rocket came out tops in a keenly contested race which saw her edge out American runner, Kendra Harrison, with a timing of 12.34 seconds to Kendra’s 12.35 seconds.
The 2019 world champion, Ali, was not too far behind also as she clocked in with a time of 12.38 seconds.
Tobi’s 12.34 seconds win saw her equal the meeting record and also goes down as her second victory this year in the Diamond League, as she also finished tops at Stockholm a couple of weeks back.
The Ogun State-born world record holder appeared very surprised at the win after the announcement and even posted “I never esperred it #SilesiaDL,” with a GIF of her facial expression capturing the moment attached to the post on her official Facebook page.
Adding to that, she also expressed gratitude to God, her coach, team and fans, she said “One race at a time, my coach has always told me that, and I’m happy to have finished here with another season’s best and the meeting record.
“All Glory to God and a big shout out to my coach and my entire team as well as my ever supportive fans #SilesiaDL”
All eyes are on Tobi against next month as she seeks to defend her world title in Budapest, Hungary.