Amusan arose the victor on Sunday night with a season-best season of 12.33.

Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan has asserted her third sequential title in the ladies’ 100m obstacles at the Jewel Association Prefontaine Exemplary at Hayward Field in the US.

Amusan arose the victor on Sunday night with a season-best season of 12.33.

Jasmine Camacho-Quinn of Puerto Rico completed second in 12.38 while American Keni Harrison came third in 12.44.

In August, Amusan was cleared by the World Sports Honesty Solidarity (AIU) of rule infringement.

The AIU in an explanation in August lifted the suspension put on Amusan in July for supposedly missing three tests in a year.

“A board of the Disciplinary Council, by larger part choice, has today found that Tobi Amusan has not committed an Enemy of Doping Rule Infringement (ADRV) of three Whereabouts Disappointments inside a year time span,” the AIU said in the proclamation.

“AIU Head Brett Clothier has demonstrated the Games Respectability Unit (AIU) is disheartened by this choice and will survey the thinking exhaustively prior to choosing whether to practice its right of appeal to the Court of Mediation for Game (CAS) inside the pertinent cutoff time.

“The choice is right now private however will be distributed at the appointed time. Amusan’s temporary suspension has now been lifted with quick impact.”

SaharaReporters announced in July that Amusan had been charged by AIU of rule infringement.

The AIU is the Sports Trustworthiness Unit, which handles doping cases in olympic style events.

She was charged for supposedly missing three tests in a year.

26 year-old Amusan anyway promised to challenge the charge which could bring about a suspension.

Amusan in a post on her Instagram account expressed that she was accused of three missed drug tests in a year range.

It might have prompted a two-year suspension for her.

“I plan to battle this charge and will have my case chosen by a court of 3 judges before the beginning of the following month’s Big showdowns,” her post had perused.

“I’m a Spotless Competitor, and I’m routinely; (perhaps more than expected) tried by the AIU – I was tried promptly after my third ‘missed test.’ I have Confidence that this will be settled in support of myself and that I will contend at the Big showdowns in August.

“Meanwhile, I ask that the media regard my security while I address these interruptions in my forthcoming discretion.”

26-year-old Amusan broke the world record in the elimination rounds in July universes in Oregon, US last year with 12.12 seconds from 12.20 seconds.


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