She's headed to the Olympics next.
Another day, another Nigerian making serious waves in the sports world.
Last Sunday, canoeist Ayomide Bello did just that when she made history by becoming the first Nigerian to win the top prize at an international water sports competition.
This is the first time a Nigerian has won gold in a competition since the establishment of the Nigeria Rowing, Canoe and Sailing Federation (NRCSF).
According to Nigerian Sports publication Brila, The athlete also won bronze in the "individual event (C1 500m), and two more in the C2 500m and C2 200m team events, with her partner Blessing Amusar." Their success means that Team Nigeria left the competition with a total of four medals.
Both athletes competed in the 2018 Youth Olympics in Argentina, as highlighted in this BBC Pidgin report.
"The federation is proud of the achievement of the athletes in India and we hope they will do more in other international engagement," Secretary of the NRCSF, Bunmi Oluode told the News Agency of Nigeria according to The Sun.
Next, the athlete will head to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, where we hope to see her shine once again.