Tobi Amusan claimed her second consecutive victory in two days, racing to first position in the 100m hurdles event at the Gyulai István Memorial meet on Tuesday night.
Amusan won the race with a time of 12.35s, her second fastest time in 2023.
American duo, Nia Ali (12.41s) and Lay Lay Johnson (12.50s) came second and third respectively.
It would be recalled that Amusan won the 100m hurdles at the Silesia Diamond League on Sunday.
The 26-year-old has now won all four races she competed in this month.
The Nigerian will defend her world title in Budapest, Hungary, next month.