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Weekly Recap

Weekly Recap

Prostate Cancer Awareness Kids’ Athletics

Athletics Fiji in partnership with the Suva Oldies Rugby, hosted an awareness  program at the Sacred Heart College grounds on Saturday 25th November in support of the Prostate Cancer awareness initiative. Athletics Fiji was approached by officials from the Suva Oldies Rugby Association, to conduct a Kids Athletics Program along-side their rugby competition as part of the Prostate Cancer awareness initiative.

Pacific Mini Games

Monday the 4th of December marked the start of the Pacific Mini Games. Opening with a spectacular Show showing off all that Vanuatu has to offer and introducing all of the participating Federations. The games are currently in their 3rd day with results already on their website.

Joanna Stone Shield Competition

Last weekend the athletes living at Oceania house competed in the Joanna Stone Shield Competition where the athletes performed very well.

Nazmie-lee Marai (PNG) stopped the clock at 21.53s in the 200m, recording a new Personal Best and proving to be a hot medal contestant at the Pacific Mini Games next week.
Patricia Taea broke her own National Records for Cook Islands again clocking 11.97s in the 100m and 24.39s in the 200m. This is the first time Patricia has run under 12 seconds in the 100m, which was a goal that her coach Tony Fairweather had set for this season (former PB: 12.18s).  The improvement was even bigger in the 200m improving by 0.4s.
With these promising performances the athletes seem to be in their best shape for the Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu.
Jessica Peris (AUS) also rounded the day out with double PBs in the 100m (11.63s) and 200m (23.31s) which is also a Commonwealth Games B qualifier and promises that there might be a lot more to come in the next competitions.

These are the results of some serious hard work.

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