Who Is Obiageri Amaechi? Learn More About Nigerian Discus & Shot Put Queen

Obiageri Amaechi is a poet and track and field athlete of American descent specializing in the discus throw and becoming more eligible to compete for Nigeria.

Who Is Obiageri Amaechi?

Obiageri Amaechi is an athlete and poet of Nigerian heritage who competes in track and field. Her area of expertise is the discus throw.

On March 12, 1999, Obiageri Amaechi was born in the city of San Francisco, which is located in the state of California. Her full name is Obiageri Pamela Amaechi.

Recent events have resulted in Obiageri Amaechi earning a bronze medal for Nigeria in the women’s discus throw competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, which were held in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Quick Facts About Obiageri Amaechi

  • Full Name: Obiageri Pamela Amaechi
  • Date of Birth: March 12, 1999
  • Place of Birth: San Francisco , California, USA
  • State of Origin: San Francisco , California, USA
  • Sport: Shot Put & Discus Throw
  • Honours: 1 x Commonwealth Games Bronze medallist; 1 x African Championships Bronze medallist; 1 x National champion

What We Know About Obiageri Amaechi’s Education

Obiageri Amaechi has spent a good percentage of her life in the United States. She completed her three sets of Education there before she decided to represent Nigeria in athletics competitions.

At the moment, Obiageri Amaechi is in the midst of his senior year at Princeton University, which is located in San Francisco, California. Her goals include obtaining a certification in global health policy, earning an undergraduate degree in psychology, and improving her skills in social psychology. She devotes her time and energy to learning everything she can about how to excel in her chosen profession. Her current research examines the benefits, limitations, and mistakes that can be made when using cultural competency as an approach to reduce health disparities among low-income groups.

Learn More About Obiageri Amaechi’s Career

Obiageri Amaechi triumphed in the competition for the California State Championship. She finished in third position in the discus throw as well as the shot put throw. She became one of the top four throwing recruits in the country as a result of this accomplishment.

A student at Princeton University, Obiageri Amaechi competed for the United States of America in the U20 Pan American Championships in Trujillo in 2017. She finished with a distance of 52.24 meters, which earned her fourth place overall in the competition. This was her very first time traveling outside of the country. She withdrew from the competition after being informed that her time of 48.94 seconds would result in her being disqualified from the U20 World Championships in Tampere.

She later returned to Nigeria to compete for her country in the 2022 African Championships, which were held in Port Louis. There, she finished in third place with a distance of 54.15 meters, trailing behind Chioma Onyekwere of Nigeria and Nora Monie of Cameroon. She was awarded the bronze medal for her efforts.

Her current personal best in the discus throw was achieved on May 4, 2019, in Princeton, and it was a distance of 57.95 meters.

She competed in the NCAA Regional Qualifier in 2018, 2019, and 2021; she was the Ivy League Champion in Discus in 2019; she was the Ivy League Runner-Up in Discus in 2018; she was named to the First Team All-America in Discus in 2018 and finished in seventh place; she was named to the Second Team All-America in Discus in 2021 and finished in thirteenth place; she qualified for the NCAA Championship in 2018, 2019, and 2021, and she was named to the USTFCC (Outdoor 2018).

During the 2017–2018 school year, she competed in four indoor season meets, won the ECAC/IC4A Outdoor Championships discus competition, and competed in three outdoor season events.

During the 2018–19 athletic year, she competed in four meets held outdoors and four meets held indoors during the regular season. In July 2018, she competed in the IAAF World U20 Championships. Her best discus throw was 54.16 meters, which earned her seventh place overall in the competition.

Obiageri Amaechi brought home a bronze medal for Nigeria in the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, United Kingdom, in the women’s discus throw competition.

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