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Godson Oghenebrume Season 2024

Ughelli, Nigeria
High School
Onoriede International School
Indoor Class

Godson Oghenebrume’s TFRRS profile (for top performances and meet results)

1x NCAA National Champion
2x USTFCCCA First Team All-American
1x USTFCCCA Second Team All-American
2x SEC Champion
2x First Team All-SEC
1x Second Team All-SEC
Collegiate Record Holder (4×100-Meter Relay | 37.90 seconds)
2022-23 USTFCCCA South Central Region Track Athlete of the Year
2022-23 LSWA Men’s Track Athlete of the Year
2021-22 XXII Commonwealth Games Semifinalist (100 Meters)
2021-22 Nigerian Championships Gold Medalist (4×100-Meter Relay)
2021-22 Nigerian Championships Bronze Medalist (100 Meters)
USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week 1x (04/25/23)
SEC Men’s Runner of the Week 2x (04/25/23, 05/01/23)
SEC Men’s Freshman of the Week 1x (04/12/22)

LSU All-Time Top 10 Performance List
No. 1: Outdoor 100-Meter Relay (37.90, 2023 SEC Outdoor Championships)
No. 2: Outdoor 100 Meters (9.90, 2023 NCAA Outdoor Championships)
No. 3: Indoor 60 Meters (6.58, 2023 LSU Twilight)

Oghenebrume solidified himself as one of the top sprinters in the world during his historic-collegiate campaign in 2023… crowned a First-Team All-American twice at the NCAA Outdoor Championships… crowned an NCAA Champion, helping the 4×100-meter relay team to victory with a time of 38.05 seconds… finished with silver in the 100 finals of the NCAA Outdoor Championships with the second-fastest wind legal time in LSU performance list history of 9.90 seconds… his time of 9.90 seconds marked his fourth-sub-10 second time of the outdoor season… his time of 9.90 ranks third in Nigerian history, seventh in African history, and seventh in NCAA history… finished first to take gold in the 100 at the SEC Outdoor Championships with a time of 10.04 seconds… crowned the SEC 4×100 Outdoor Champion with an LSU and collegiate record time of 37.90 seconds… qualified for the 100, 200, and 4×100 at the NCAA East Preliminaries… in the NCAA East Preliminaries 100-meter quarterfinals, clocked a wind-aided time of 9.94 seconds to finish third… as a member of the 4×100 team: ran four top-10 times in the world this season, five top-10 times in collegiate performance-list history, and seven top-10 PL times in the nation this season… named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association National Athlete of the Week (04/25) after blazing his way to a slightly wind-aided time of 9.97 seconds to finish first in a field full of Olympians at the LSU Alumni Gold meet; and also helped anchor what was another world-leading time for the 4×100 team of 38.36 seconds… recorded a 200-meter PR of 20.72 seconds at the NCAA East Preliminaries… helped the 4×100 team to a first-place finish at the Texas Relays… opened the season first in the 4×100 at the LSU Battle on the Bayou… finished first in the 100 and 4×100 at the LSU Lloyd Wills Invitational… recorded a first-place finish in the 4×100 at LSU Alumni Gold… took first in the 4×100 and first in the 100 at the LSU Invitational… 2022-23 USTFCCCA South Central Region Track Athlete of the Year… 2022-23 LSWA Men’s Track Athlete of the Year… NCAA National Champion (4×100)… USTFCCCA First Team All-American (100m)… USTFCCCA First Team All-American (4×100)… SEC Champion (100)… SEC Champion (4×100)… First Team All-SEC (100)… First Team All-SEC (4×100)… SEC Men’s Runner of the Week 2x (04/25/23, 05/01/23).

In his first full indoor season Oghenebrume finished top-15 at the NCAA Indoor Championships in the 60… took bronze in the 60 at the SEC Indoor Championships with a finals’ time of 6.64 seconds… recorded a PR and the third-fastest time in LSU performance list history for the 60 with 6.58 seconds to take first at LSU Twilight… opened the season with a second-place finish in the 60 at LSU Purple Tiger… took second in the 60 at the Tyson Invitational… finished first at the New Mexico Collegiate classic in the 60… USTFCCCA Second Team All-American (60m)… Second Team All-SEC (60m).

Qualified for the NCAA East Preliminaries in both the 100 and 4×100-meter relay… finished 10th in the 100 at the NCAA East Preliminaries… took fifth in the 100 at the SEC Outdoor Championships… recorded a 100-meter SB of 10.12 seconds at Tom Jones Memorial to finish fifth… recorded a third-place finish with the 4×100 team to open the season at the Baldy Castillo Invitational… finished fourth in the 100 and 4×100 at the LSU Joe May Invitational… finished first with the 4×100 team at LSU Alumni Gold.

Finished seventh in the 60-meter dash at LSU Twilight.

PRIOR TO LSU – Onoriede International School
Comes to Baton Rouge after studying at the Onoriede International School… ran the third fastest U20 100-meter dash in the world during the 2021 season with a time of 10.13 at the Nigerian Trials… named a Tokyo Olympian as an alternate of the Nigerian 4×100-meter relay team.

Born May 27, 2003, in Ughelli, Nigeria… son of Dickson and Sally Edje Brume… has four siblings – Godsent, Karo, Ese, and Ochuko… older sister, Ese, is an Olympic Medalist… plans to pursue a degree in sport administration at LSU.

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