Team Nigeria’s Hurdles Queen Oluwatobi Amusan boosted her chance of winning a medal as she got the job done in the women’s 100m Hurdles.
Amusan clocked 12.72s and finished ahead of Jamaica’s Yanique Thompson who finished 2nd in a time of 12.74s. Amusan goes through to the semifinals.
Ranked number four in the world, she will return to action on Sunday in the semi-finals.
The track events at the ongoing Tokyo Olympic Games kicked off on Friday.