Nigeria’s long jump star, Ese Brume has qualified for the final of long jump event at the ongoing 2019 IAAF World Athletics Championship in Doha Qatar.
The African Games champion leaped 6.89m on her first attempt to qualify for Sunday’s finals where she will be competing for medal.
She will however compete with the likes of Tori Bowie of USA who leaped 6.54m, Romania’s Alina Rotaru (6.57), Great Britain’s Shara Proctor (5.54), Australia’s Brooke Stratton (6.43), Jamaica’s Chanice Porter (6.50) and Hungary’s Anasztazia Nguyen (6.41m).
Ese Brume win gold for Nigeria at the 2018 commonwealth games in Gold Coast Australia.
In to he another event, Tobi Amusan also picked an automatic qualification to the semifinals of the Women’s 100m Hurdles.
Amusa, ran a new Personal Best (PB) of 12.48s, the fastest time in the Heat series. She finished top in heat 5 ahead of Jamaica’s Janeek Brown (12.61), Netherland’s Nadine Vesser (12.75), Poland’s
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