Favour Chukwuka Ofili was born on December 31, 2022, in Delta State, Nigeria. Favour Ofili is a 20-year-old Nigerian sprinter specializing in the 200-and 400 meter distances.
She is also the 2019 African Youth Games 200-meter and 400-meter champion. A 400-meter silver medalist in the 2019 African Games.
She holds the National and Under- 20 records over the 200-meter distances with a time of 21.96, becoming the first female to surpass the 22-second mark.
Favour Ofili broke the 11-second barrier at the LSU International in Boston Rough, Louisiana, where she ran 100 meters in 10.93, becoming the first NCCA female athlete to break the record.
Favour Ofili attended both elementary and high school in Delta state, Nigeria.
Faith Ofili is one you could say did not suffer the crises of an average Nigerian home. At 16, Favour Ofili raced in the four by 100m and four by 400 relay for her country at the 2019 World relays in Yokohoma. Winning the 200- and 400- meter races at the 2019 African U18 and U20 Athletics Championships.
At the 2019 Nigerian Championships, she finished second behind Patience George and ran the 400m in under 52 Seconds.
Favour is currently a Louisiana State University competitor. She previously held the NCAA Collegiate record for the 200m with a time of 21.96 until Abby Steiner broke it at the NCAA Championships with a time of 21.80.
She earned the silver medal in the women’s 200m and a gold medal in the women’s four by 100m alongside Tobi Amusan, Chukuma Rosemary, Nwokocha Grace, and Udo Joy Gabriel Chineye at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
She was awarded a second senior medal at Doha’s 2019 IAAF World Championships.
As to whether she is still single remains Favour Ofili’s privacy. She is strict on it. She wishes not to share in public.
Favour Ofili’s net worth is estimated to be around $500,000