- Odunayo Adekuoroye made Nigerians proud at the 2022 Commonwealth Games by winning gold in wrestling
- Now a video has surfaced on social media of her coach speaking Yoruba next to the stage, which helped
- Adekuoroye in the big contest defeated his Indian opponent Anshu Malik 6-4 in the 57kg freestyle category.
The Nigerian coach broke the internet after being seen speaking in Yoruba with famed wrestler Odunayo Adekuoroye during the women’s 57kg wrestling gold medal match at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
The adorable video showed the coach doling out incredible instructions at the top of his voice to Adekuoroye, helping the Nigerian star beat Team India’s Anshu Malik to win the gold medal.
It was an incredible win for the Nigerian star despite the pressure on her before the match.
According to the video seen in Twitterthe trainer kept yelling telling Adekuoroye, 29, the techniques to use on her opponent.
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Second after second, the trainer was busy yelling and the wrestler jumped in, winning the big contest 6-4.
Fans took to the commentary session on the video to greet the trainer and claim that he actually won the fight and not the Nigerian athlete.
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Speaking to Kola Daniel, who was in England during the Commonwealth games, he revealed to sports summary that the Nigerian coach has always inspired all his athletes.
Daniel was with Nigerian Sports Minister Sunday Dare in the UK for the competition.
Kola Daniel Statement
“His name is Victor Kodei and he is one of the best coaches we have in the country, as you can see his effort helped Odunayo win gold for Nigeria in the Commonwealth and we are always proud of him.”
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Adekuoroye marries a lover of 6 years
Earlier, sports summary had reported how stunning Nigerian weightlifter Odunayo Adekuoroye walked down the aisle with her lover for over six years at the Prophetic Church of Nigeria and abroad in Akure, Ondo State.
The 29-year-old Olympian who defended her gold medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has married her longtime lover, Oladimeji Aremu Iyanda.
Immediately after the lovers met at the church, they hosted a guest reception at the Christ Event Center, Akure, Ondo State.