MGM High School sprinters have created history after Waisale Inoke won gold in the Senior Boys 100 metres final and Kesaia Boletanakadavu of MGM won the Senior Girls 100 metres gold medal for the first time in the Coca Cola Games.
This is historic as MGM had never won the Senior Grade 100 metres finals.
Inoke says he did not expect to win the blue ribbon event and is grateful to God for the strength and protection throughout his preparations. He says he was expecting a tough contest from the Natabua sprinter.
Inoke has dedicated the win to all his MGM High School supporters.
His next target is to represent Fiji in athletics.
Meanwhile, Kesaia Boletanakadavu says it was not an easy feat running for MGM High because it is mostly known as an academic focused school.
She says training was tough but she is thankful to God for providing her the strength to compete today.
She has dedicated her win to her parents and supporters of MGM High School.
Viliame Rawairua of RKS settled for the silver medal in the Senior Boys 100 metres while Ratu Alipate Vuiwakaya of Natabua won the bronze medal.
Tokasa Gukirewa of Saint Joseph’s Secondary School took home the silver in the Senior Girls 100 metres while Repeka Rosi of ACS got the bronze.
Penaia Nawaqadrua of Grammar won gold in the Intermediate Boys 100 metres, Ravuama Latilevu of Marist got silver while Netani Lolo of QVS won the bronze medal.
Chloe David of Grammar finished strongly to win gold in the Intermediate Girls 100 metres, Oca Nasulunibawa won silver for Natabua while Domitila Naita of ACS settled for bronze.
Nathaniel Chand of Grammar won gold in the Junior Boys 100 metres, Josefata Tuinavitilevu of Natabua got silver while Joshua Ducia of RSMS got the bronze.
Claudy David of Grammar had a powerful finish in the 100 metres Junior Girls final winning the gold medal, Marica Narebai of Natabua took the silver while Elizabeth Chute of MGM got the bronze.
International School Suva’s Francis Bakaniceva won gold in the Sub Junior Boys 100 metres final.
Timoci Cakautabu of Natabua settled for silver while Aminiasi Tavailagi of RKS won the bronze medal.
Filomena Navula of ACS won gold in the Sub Junior Girls 100 metres, Lidia Waqairapoa of Bucalevu Secondary won the silver medal while Liviana Vulavou of Jasper settled for bronze.
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