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Ese Brume wins silver in long jump at World Athletics Championship

Ese Brume finished with a maximum leap of 7.02m to seal second place.

• July 25, 2022
Ese Brume
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Nigeria’s Ese Brume finished second in the final of the long jump event at the World Athletics Championship in Eugene, Oregon, to win a silver medal.

She finished behind reigning world and Olympic champion Malaika Mahimbo who continued her dominance in the women’s long jump event.

Ese Brume finished with a maximum leap of 7.02m to seal second place after only winning bronze last time out at the World Athletics Championship in 2019.

Brazil’s Leticia Oro Melo finished third to win bronze.

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