JUST IN: Tima Godbless: Nigerian Sprinter Wins Big, Emerges Victorious At the Keyth Balley Invitational

Tima Godbless: Nigerian Sprinter Wins Big, Emerges Victorious At the Keyth Balley Invitational

Tima Godbless: Sprinter Wins Big, Emerges Victorious At the Keyth Balley Invitational

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Nigerian sprinter won the 's 100m race at the Keyth Talley Invitational in Baton Rouge, marking her first 100m race of the yearShe clocked an impressive time of 11.24s (0.7), her fastest since 2022, and her best season opener everGodbless's victory came against strong competitors, with Jessixca Young finishing second with a time of 11.29s

In a stunning display of speed and agility, Nigerian sprinter Tima Godbless has emerged victorious in the women's 100m race at the prestigious Keyth Talley Invitational in Baton Rouge.

This marks her first 100m race of the year, and she has certainly set the bar high for her competitors.

Her victory announces her to the world. credit: @makingofchamps
Source: Twitter

Godbless clocked an impressive time of 11.24s (0.7), her fastest since 2022, and a testament to her rigorous training and unwavering dedication.

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The victory is not just a win, but also her best season opener ever, setting a positive tone for the rest of the year.

She finished ahead of formidable competitors Jessixca Young, who ran a close second with a time of 11.29s, and Shannon Ray, who clocked in at 11.32s.

This victory further cements Godbless's position as a force to be reckoned with in the world of athletics.

See tweet announcing her win:

Nigerian wins men's high jump abroad

Meanwhile, Henzodaily.ng earlier reported that Justine Jimoh, a freshman from Texas A&M -Commerce (TAMU-Commerce), is making waves in the world of high jump.

After a period of recovery from an injury, Jimoh has made a triumphant return to the field, proving that he is a force to be reckoned with.

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In his first competition in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Jimoh won the men's High Jump at the Clyde Hart Classic in Waco, Texas.

wins gold in 100m hurdles

In another related story, Henzodaily.ng reported that Tobi Amusan has won the gold medal in the women's 100-meter hurdles at the 2024 Games in Ghana.

The world record holder clocked 12.89 seconds to finish way ahead of her competitors at the University of Ghana stadium, Accra, on Wednesday, March 20.

Amusan defeated Sidonie Fiadanantsoa of Madagascar who ran at time of 13.19 seconds to finish 2nd.

Source: Henzodaily.ng

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