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Ese Brume

September 17, 2022

Tobi Amusan ranks top 5, Ese Brume leaps 32 places in latest World Athletes Women chart

Tobi Amusan is now ranked 5th in the world while Ese Brume jumped to 61st position in the latest world rankings.

Tobi Amusan and Ese Brume
September 15, 2022

Tobi Amusan, Ese Brume represent Nigeria’s athletics future: Sunday Dare

Tobi Amusan, early in 2022, created a new World Record in the Women’s 100m hurdles at the World athletics championship in Oregon, U.S.

Tobi Amusan, Ese Brume
August 8, 2022

Team Nigeria’s Commonwealth Games success parting gift to me: Buhari

‘‘We are proud of these achievements and the memories will linger with the nation forever and for me this is a special moment,” said Mr Buhari.

President Muhammadu Buhari/Team Nigeria
August 7, 2022

#CWG2022: Ese Brume breaks Commonwealth Games record with gold win

She leapt 7.00 metres to set the record, after doing a no jump, 6.99 metres, 6.81 metres, 6.99 metres and 6.96 metres in her earlier jumps.

Ese Brume
July 25, 2022

Buhari hails Amusan for making Nigeria proud at World Athletics Championships

The president thanked the track superstar for making ”the Nigerian national anthem resonate again from the international podium.”

July 25, 2022

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.

Ese Brume
August 5, 2021

Tokyo Olympics: Nigeria lose in women’s 4x100m relay heat

Nigeria’s women’s 4 x 100 metres relay team were unsuccessful on Thursday as they could only turn in a time of 43.25 seconds in their heat at the Tokyo Olympics.

Olympics team nigeria
August 4, 2021

Brume, Oborududu’s victories are for all Nigerians: Yahaya Bello

Mr Bello said that irrespective of where the victorious athletes were from, or their religion, such dichotomy would not hinder all Nigerians from celebrating their victory.

Yahaya Bello
August 3, 2021

Tokyo Olympics: Minister Sunday Dare promises Nigerian athletes dollars for medals

The announcement comes amidst accusations from the athletes of shabby treatment by sports officials.

August 3, 2021

Tokyo Olympics: Blessing Oborodudu takes first silver for Nigeria

Tamyra Mensah of the U.S. came first in the women’s freestyle (68), winning gold ahead of Nigeria’s Oborodudu.

Blessing Oborodudu