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NSF Delta 2022: Osun First Gold Medalist in Swimming, Titilayo Badmus Euphoria Over Record Feat, Advocates For More Investments In Swimming

Osun first gold medalist in swimming, Titilayo Badmus who won in the 50M Butterfly (S10) category has revealed how happy he is to achieve such record feat as he clamors for more investment and intervention so that swimming will be well recognized and placed in the top category in sports that it truly belongs.

Titilayo further explained that there are large numbers of talents in the sports but they need to be properly groomed with the right systems and facilities as it is possible for the country to claim top spot in global swimming competitions.

“The potentials are always there, determination is my ultimate drive and has pushed me this far.”

“I’m happy making history with this privilege given to me and I just want to urge that with more support and investment in this game of swimming in our state, we will record more success,” he advocated.

“We can deliver international medal in swimming, potentials are there, we have them in large numbers out there, but we need the right system, platform for them to grow and develop.”

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