The world record holder, Tobi Amusan has added another feather to her hat after winning the women’s 100m Hurdles at the Diamond League final in Zurich.
She finished in a time of 12.29s to break the 22-year-old Diamond league record.
It is her second fastest legal time ever over the high hurdles after the 12.12 seconds world record she ran in Oregon, the USA at the World Championships and one hundred of a second faster than the 12.30 Games record she ran to successfully defend her Commonwealth Games title last month in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Amusan won the Diamond League trophy last year in 12.42 seconds.
She now holds the World, Commonwealth Games, African, and Diamond league records.
The Nigerian has now successfully defended four titles this year in which she was the defending champion.