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Tobi Amusan beat Americans Kendria, Nia to set new world 100m hurdles record

Nigerian Tobi Amusan, 26, beat Americans Harrison Kendria and Ali Nia to set a new World Record for the fastest time in a 100-metre hurdles race. Amusan set this record at the Silesia Diamond League, taking place at the Silesian Stadium in Poland. Amusan set a time of 12.34 seconds to become the official fastest
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