Ese Brume Breaks The Record As First Nigerian To Win A Medal

Okagbare accomplished her accomplishment six years back in the wake of winning a silver medal at the 2013 edition of the competition in Moscow, Russia. Brume was overwhelmed by Malaika Mihambo, who bounced a separation of 7.30m to secure gold, as Ukraine's Maryna Romanchuk won silver with a separation of 6.92m.

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Ese Brume Breaks The Record As First A Nigerian To Win Medal-Surge Zirc SA
Ese Brume/Photo Credits: AthleticsAfrica

Nigeria’s Ese Brume hopped her way into brilliance at the ongoing 2019 World Athletics Champions in Doha, Qatar, after winning the country’s only medal so far at the events.

The 23-year-old won a bronze award in the Women’s Long Jump occasion subsequent to covering a separation of 6.91 meters in the finals. She anyway turned into the second Nigerian athlete in the wake of Blessing Okagbare to win silverware at the World occasions since 2013.

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She said before her jump: I’m believing God because I’ve worked hard. I just have to go in there, believing in the process, hoping that by the grace of God I’ll do well.
To her fans: “I just want to say thank you for the prayers & I hope everything works out well.”

Okagbare accomplished her accomplishment six years back in the wake of winning a silver medal at the 2013 edition of the competition in Moscow, Russia. Brume was overwhelmed by Malaika Mihambo, who bounced a separation of 7.30m to secure gold, as Ukraine’s Maryna Romanchuk won silver with a separation of 6.92m.

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The way things are, Okagbare and Brume are the main Nigerian competitors to have won awards at the World Athletics Championships and both of them from the long jump event.

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