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Amusan becomes the first team in history to win the Diamond League three years in a row

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Tobi Amusan, a Nigerian athlete, won the women’s 100-meter hurdles in the Eugene Diamond League to capture her third straight Diamond League crown.

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After losing her global title last month in Budapest, Hungary against Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, Keni Harrison, and Danielle Williams, Amusan has come back strong and defeated all of them.

The 26-year-old ran a personal best of 12.33 seconds to win the race.

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Second place went to Puerto Rico’s Camacho-Quinn (12.38 seconds), and third place went to America’s Harrison (12.44 seconds).

Amusan follows in the footsteps of Dawn Harper-Nelson, who won the 100-meter hurdles event at the Diamond League in 2012, 2023, and 2014.

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Ese Brume, another Nigerian, placed second in the Long Jump competition.

Brume came in second place, behind Ivana Vuleta of Serbia.

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