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Ese Brume MON, born January 20, 1996, is a Nigerian long jump specialist.
Brume, who was born in Ughelli, Delta State, made his national debut at the 2012 Nigerian Athletics Championships alongside former junior athletes Dakolo Emmanuel and Fabian Edoki. She finished sixth in the long jump after clearing six meters.
She also took first place in the 18th National Sports Festival in Lagos. She has two world championship medals, an Olympic bronze medal, and is a five-time African junior champion in athletics.
She is close friends with fellow Nigerian athlete Tobi Amusan.
In May 2014, she set a new African junior record with a 100 m time of 11.84 seconds and a long jump time of 6.60 m to win the Warri Relays.
She won her first national title by improving to 6.68 m at the Nigerian Championships. She broke Chioma Ajunwa's African long jump record. Brume was nominated for the StarQt Award in the Africa Sportswoman of the Year category. She was the sole Nigerian nominee in any category.
The event took place in Johannesburg in October. On August 29, 2019, she won the African Games Long Jump title. This was her first African Games title.
Brume received an athletic scholarship to study in the United States as a result of her own medal achievements, with local government support.
She won a bronze medal in the long jump event at the 2020 Summer Olympics. Her medal was Nigeria's only medal in Athletics at the event, and it was the country's first Olympic medal in Athletics since 2008.
She won a silver medal in the long jump event at the 2022 World Athletics Indoor Championships, Nigeria's only medal in the competition. She also won another silver medal at the 2022 World Athletics Championships, making her the first African to win two World Athletics Championships Long Jump medals.
She won gold in the women's long jump event at the 2022 Commonwealth Games and set a new game record with her 7.00m jump.
She now holds the new game record after breaking the previous record held by Australia's Bronwyn Thompson with her 6.97m jump.