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World record holder Tobi Amusan has begun her title defense with a bright start in the women’s 100m hurdles at the ongoing 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

Amusan, who is the title holder, started her campaign in heat 3, where she ran 12.40secs to win her heat at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.

Ese Brume and Ruth Usoro also secured their place in the women’s long jump final.

Brume, who competed in Group A, finished second with a jump of 6.81m behind Ghana’s Deborah Acquah who topped the group with a jump of 8.85m.

Usoro, who competed in Group B, finished third with a jump of 6.56m to qualify for the final.

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The finals of the women’s 100m hurdles and long jump will take place on Sunday August 7 at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.

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