Pacific Sprint King Banuve Tabakaucoro says he is in the best form he has ever been in as he continues preparations for the Olympics Games in Tokyo, Japan.
Speaking to Fijivillage at the Lautoka Zone, Tabakaucoro says he has fully recovered from an injury he had in December last year.
If Tabakaucoro does not qualify on merit for the Tokyo Olympics, he will have to fight for a wildcard place in athletics.
Tabakaucoro will have to overcome tough competition from Eugene Vollmer to get that spot.
Tabakaucoro is expected to thrill the crowd at the Lautoka Zone at Churchill Park when he runs in a 100 metres exhibition race at 2 o’clock this afternoon.
Tabakaucoro who is the Chief Guest at the event will be up against athletes competing in the Senior Boys 100 metres.
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