Raised in Chicago, IL, the first-generation Nigerian-American competed as track & field athlete for the University of Houston Cougars. She specialized in the 100m hurdles where she became a NCAA All-American, and NCAA Regional Record holder. Upon graduation with a B.S in Exercise Science – Health Professions, she competed for the country of Nigeria where she was crowned the 3x National Champion, and 2x African Champion in the 100m hurdles. She went on to represent the country in this event at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. Seun concurrently coached the men & women’s track team at University of Houston while completing a M.Ed in Physical Education – Motor Behavior. She resigned from coaching after 5 seasons to pursue a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Texas Chiropractic College. She is currently finishing up a dual degree program for a D.C and M.S in Exercise Health – Sports Science. In December 2016, she pioneered the first ever African Bobsled Team, by becoming the driver of a history making Nigerian Women’s Bobsled, aspiring to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
M. Seun Adigun
Doctorate of Chiropractic - Texas Chiropractic College 2018