Tobi Amusan has reacted after she won Gold in the women’s 100m hurdles at the ongoing XXII Commonwealth Games holding in Birmingham.
Amusan returned 12.30s to clinch a well-deserved Gold medal.
She yet again broke the Commonwealth Games Record held by Jamaica’s Brigitte Foster-Hylton (12.65s) at the 2006 Games.
The Bahamas’ Devynne Charlton (Silver: 12.58s) and England’s Cindy Sember (Bronze: 12.59s) also scored podium finishes.
In a post on Facebook, she wrote, “It is my TIME and my TURN!!!
“I’m glad to have defended my Commonwealth Games title with Two Games Record in the process.
“Never give up on yourself. Just stay focused on the Lord, on your craft and He will never fail you.
“I’m a testimony of His greatness.”