Tina Iheagwam

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Tina Iheagwam (born 3 April 1968) is a retired Nigerian athlete who competed in the 100 metres.


Representing Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria
1986 World Junior Championships Athens, Greece 1st100m 11.34 (wind: +0.9 m/s)
3rd4 × 100 m relay 44.13
1987 All-Africa Games Nairobi, Kenya 1st100 m 11.32
3rd200 m 23.56

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