Coach of sprint hurdler, Tobi Amusan, Lacena Golding-Clarke says she has hopes for the Nigerian to run faster than her record breaking time at the World Championships.

Amusan posted 12.12 seconds in the semi-finals of the women’s 100-metres to break the record set by American Kendra Harrison in London in 2016.

Speaking on “From the Sidelines”, Golding-Clarke, who won a gold for Jamaica at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, says Amusan is still hungry for more accolades.

Golden-Clarke says the Nigerian is not worried about the pressure that comes with being the world record holder and the world Champion.

Lacena Golding-Clarke.