Divine Oduduru came to limelight as a young athlete having emerged twice-champion at the African Youth Athletics Championships, a five-time African Junior Champion in the sprints and the 200m silver medallist at the 2014 World Junior Championships.
His profile rose after running alongside his idol, Usain Bolt, at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Brazil.
Popularly called “Mr. I Never Experred It” after one of his interviews went viral will be hoping to get to the podium at his second Olympic Games. Oduduru holds a 9.86 seconds personal best in the 100m and 19.73 seconds for the 200m which remain the National Record.
In a chat with NOCMedia, the Ughelli born athlete said, “training is going well and preparation is going well too”.
All eyes will be on him to excel in Tokyo.
The Nigeria Olympic Committee wish you success in your endeavours at the games.