Blessing Okagbare breaks 22-year-old record


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Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteghonor made a major rebound at the end of the week with a great 22.04seconds keep running at the 2018 Wes Kittley Invitational in Texas. 

Her accomplishment has eradicated the 200m ladies African record held by Mary Onyali-Omagbemi since August 1996. 

Okagbare-Ighoteghonor, who spent the vast majority of last season nursing damage in the wake of going under the blade, turned into the undisputed Nigerian quickest lady having the 10.79seconds ladies 100m national record added to her repertoire. 

The competitor will stay in Texas to have a go at the 100m and it stays to be checked whether she can likewise break the African record held by Ivorian sprinter Murielle Ahoure since 2016. 

"We're to a great degree happy Okagbare has returned to her best frame. Surely we will perceive what occurs at the African titles in Asaba," said previous AFN president, Solomon Ogba yesterday.
Blessing Okagbare breaks 22-year-old record Blessing Okagbare breaks 22-year-old record Reviewed by Jedidiah Mayor on March 26, 2018 Rating: 5

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