The duo of Suwaibidu Galadima and Tobi Amusan has won additional two gold medals in Para-athletics and women 100m hurdles respectively at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia.
Galadima dominated from start to finish, emerging winner in 11.04s to finish ahead of England’s James Arnott (11.30s) and Tevaughn Thomas of Jamaica who returned a time of 11.63s.
The Nigerian sprinter had pulled a hamstring immediately after the race but his effort paid off.
While, Tobi Amusan upstaged Jamaica’s Danielle Williams, to win the women’s 100m Hurdles with a season’s best of 12.68s.
The Jamaican ended up in 2nd place in a time of 12.78s as her teammate Yanique Thompson took the bronze in 12.97s.
Elsewhere, Millicent Agboegbulem brought her Commonwealth Games campaign to a close with a bronze medal in the women’s 75kg class in boxing after losing 5-0 to Australia’s Caitlin Parker in semi-final one on Friday morning.
She was also joined by Yetunde Odunuga who lost 4-1 (win by points) to England’s Paige Murney in the women’s 60kg semi-final two earlier in the day.
Meanwhile, Nigeria has moved to the 8th place on the medal table with 18 medals, 8 gold, 5 silver, and 5 bronze.