Tobi Amusan of Nigeria won the women’s 100-meter hurdles event at the Stockholm Diamond League.
Amusan finished first in the race on Sunday with a time of 12.52.
She outperformed Pia Skrzyszowska, who placed third in 12.78 seconds, and Sarah Lavin, who finished second with a personal best of 12.73 seconds.
Amusan currently holds the 100-meter hurdles world record.
She clocked a pace of 12.12 seconds in the 2022 women’s 100-meter semifinals, shattering the previous record. Two hours later, in the final, she won the gold medal with an even quicker time of 12.06 seconds.
For participating in each leg of the Diamond League series, athletes receive points instead of medals.
The top eight athletes in each event at the end of all the legs will qualify for the Diamond League Final, where they will compete for the trophy.
The competition in Stockholm was the seventh event of the Diamond League 2023 season.
The Diamond League 2023 series will wrap up with the two-day final in Eugene, the USA on September 16 and 17.