Nigerian Athlete Blessing Okagbare Sets Internet Space Agog With ‘Chicky’ Hot Photo
- Blessing Okagbare seems to be enjoying the best moments of her life as seen in a lovely photo
- The sensational Nigerian sprinter shared a lovely image as she flaunted her beautiful face
- Fans have continued to commend her beauty, while others thanked her for representing Nigeria well
Incredible Nigerian athlete Blessing Okagbare has sent the internet space into a frenzy after sharing a beautiful picture of herself.
The 34-year-old sprint queen looked ‘chic’ in the pic she shared on Twitter on Saturday morning, February 4, to get her followers buzzing.
Okagbare is a Nigerian record holder in the 100m sprint, having held the number one spot for seven years.
She won silver in the Long Jump event at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
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At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Okagbare won her first-round heat in the 100 metres with a time of 11.05.
She was subsequently suspended on July 31, 2021, after failing a drug test taken on 19 July 2021, which tested positive for human growth hormone.
But that did not stop her from flaunting her beauty. Sharing a picture of herself, Okagbare added the caption: “If Graceful was a person.”
And her followers have continued to react. One said:
“Wadup Blessing.... Time to prove them wrong.
“Nothing to prove to anyone..... My mission is to please God.”
Another fan wrote:
“It's good to see you healthy and happy. Irrespective of what they say we as a country love you and are proud of you.”
“The CHAMP! God bless you, we love you so much. Thanks for all the joy you brought to us, Nigerians. Your place in history is assured.”
“Wow! Blessed Babe. You still tite despite all you've gone through. You got God presence in your life.”
How Okagbare broke long-standing record
Sports Brief earlier reported that Blessing Okagbare became the first athlete to complete a 100m race in less than 11 seconds at the P-T-S Meeting staged in, Samorin, Slovak Republic.
The multiple award-winning Nigerian athlete won the women's event after running at 10.98 seconds - breaking the longstanding 11.09 seconds record set by Czech Republic's Jarmila Kratochvílova in 1983.
Her victory also means that the 32-year-old has continued to make progress towards her preparations for this summer's Tokyo Olympic Games.