Olympics Bronze medalist may still be savouring the adulation and revelry of winning the first medal for her country at the Games, but she has set herself a target for the next Olympics.
The Paris 2024 Olympics may seems far but many athletes have set their sights on it and serious training and planning at making podium appearances as began. Brume is one of those athletes who want to make podium but she wants to achieve a matrimonial medal before leaping into yet another medal for Team Nigeria in Paris come 2024.

“This medal means everything to me. I don’t mind the colour. It’s a reward for hardwork and reward for trusting in God”, she said after she leapt 6.97 m.
“I do” medal will be dear to her. “My next plan is to settle down. I want to get married. That’s my next medal target. Thereafter, all other preparations follow for the Paris Games”, the bronze medalist said excitedly.

The 25-year-old Commonwealth and three-time African Champion had caused panic with her first jump where she recorded 6.97m which eventually fetched her a bronze medal. That jump catapulted her to the summit as others played catch-up.
Germany’s Malaika Mihambo won the event’s gold medal, having saved her best for the last, by snatching victory from Reese with a season best jump of 7.00m.

Reese, the 2012 gold medallist and four-time world champion, settled for Silver leaving Brume to settle for the bronze.



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