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Update from Athletics PNG

Update from Athletics PNG

Press Release from Athletics PNG

Oceania HPTC based PNG athlete Nazmie Lee  Marai ran his first ever indoor race on Saturday at the World Indoor Championships  clocking 7.01 secs for 60m. “This was an excellent run by Naz to finish sixth in such a high class field” said APNG President Tony Green.

Marai wrote a letter of thanks to Athletics PNG on sunday to express his appreciation for the opportunity to represent his country at that high level.. He said it was a great experience and eye opener to see such great athletes close up and he is now in a much better mindset knowing how much work needs to be done to be competitive at the Commonwealth Games.

A number of the PNG Athletics Commonwealth Games team  members competed very well last weekend with the highlights being  victory for Ephraim Lerkin at the Victorian State Championships in Melbourne and a huge  indoor personal best 200m time of 21.67secs for Wesley Logorava at the Junior College National Championships  in Texas.

Lerkin won the 400m hurdles at the Victorian Championships in 51.85secs with Boino third in 52.40, a very good effort by both athletes, who each won their respective semi final races on Saturday in 53.24 and 52.61secs respectively. Debono Paraka won the discus competition in the last of the season’s inter club meets in  Brisbane with 50.13m , his second best throw this season.

Rellie Kaputin  and Afure Adah  will be competing at the NCAA Division 2 Indoor National Championships in Kansas this weekend. For Kaputin this will be her last competition of an outstanding career at West Texas A&M University.