Sensational Nigerian sprinter – Tobi Amusan proved why she is untouchable in the women’s 100m hurdles one more time having clocked 12.41 seconds to win gold in the Paris Diamond League yesterday.

Bahamian Devynne Charlton ran a season’s best 12.63 seconds to finish second in the 100m hurdles while Great Britain’s Cindy Sember ran 12.73 for third.

Tobi Amusan’s time of 12.41 seconds, her Personal Best [PB] represent the new African record.

Miller-Uibo, on the other hand, went out extremely hard in the first three quarters of her race before shutting down with about 50 metres to go, to win in 50.10 ahead of Poland’s Natalia Kaczmarek [50.24] and Anna Kielbasinska [50.28].