Rosemary Chukwuma won gold medal with the Nigerian relay team in 44.16 seconds at the just concluded Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
The young Nigerian sprinter, Rosemary Chukwuma, was born on 5 December 2001.
Rosemary had won a gold medal in the 100m Summer Youth Olympic (SYO) using 11.17 seconds as her finish-up time.
- Full Name — Rosemary Chukwuma
- Date of Birth — December 5, 2001
- Sport — Athletics (Sprints)
- Honours — Commonwealth Games winner, In Top 8 at World Championships, All-African Games winner, Commonwealth Games Bronze medallist, Two times African U20 champion, Two Times All-Africa U18 Games winner, In Top 8 at Commonwealth Games, Two times National champion, Current African Record holder – 4x100m
Rosemary Chukwuma is known for her excellent performance and remarkable rewards. The bronze medal in the four by 100m relay at the 2018 Commonwealth must have been a step up stone to the gold medal she won in the four by 100m relay at the 2019 African Games.
Rosemary Chukwuma competed in her first international competition at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. She came third place with 42.75 seconds, trailing only the teams from England and Jamaica. The young splinter is 21 years old, born in Ekwashi, Eboni State.
Although she did not participate in the 200m sprints at the 2018 African Championships at Asaba, she won a gold medal in the four by 100 relays.
Rosemary Chukwuma qualified for the Summer Youth Olympics in Buenas Aries and won the 100m gold medal earlier this year.
Chukwuma ran a first-round time of 45.07 seconds for Nigeria in the four by 100m relay at the IAAF World Relay in Yokohama in May.
Rosemary is a gold medalist. She won the gold medal with the Nigerian relay team in 44.16 seconds in the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Rosemary Chukwuma’s net worth is estimated at $500,000