Suva Grammar School has secured the Coca Cola Games Boys Division title after winning 11 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze.
Grammar last won in 2011.
It came down to the 4x400 metres relays to determine the winner as it was a close contest between Grammar and QVS.
It is a perfect send off for Grammar coach and former Fijian sprinter, Jone Delai, who finishes off this year.
Delai says they had a plan in place but they could not execute that in the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
However he says they have done it this year.
Delai has also paid tribute to the former students of the school for backing the team at the Coca Cola Games.
Team Manager Akuila Wainiqolo says the school has been working hard to bring the title back.
He also talked about how two of their athletes dived at the finish line to win gold.
QVS finished in second place with 9 gold, 5 silver and 7 bronze, RKS is in third place with 6 gold, 5 silver and 9 bronze, Natabua is in fourth place with 3 gold, 4 silver and 4 bronze, MGM is in fifth place with 3 gold and 1 silver while Marist is in sixth place with 2 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze.
By: Vijay Narayan, Rusiate Baleilevuka, Zodelle Bhan
Adi Cakobau School has successfully defended the Girls Division title in the Coca Cola Games securing 13 gold, 6 silver and 10 bronze.
ACS coach Antonio Raboiliku says its an emotional moment for them as the Coca-Cola Games was not held for 2 years.
He thanks the Lord, stakeholders, parents, teachers, former students and students who came out to support the school but most importantly the athletes that have worked so hard.
Raboiliku has been with ACS for seven years and has won six titles for the ACS team.
He adds he will take it one step at a time as far as his future plans are concerned.
He says its a God given talent to coach and its something he loves as enjoys working with athletes especially children nurturing them to make them champions.
Grammar finished in second place in the Girls Division with 4 gold, 7 silver and 3 bronze, Saint Joseph’s Secondary is in third place with 4 gold, 3 silver and 2 bronze while Jasper is in fourth place with 4 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze.
MGM High School sprinter Waisale Inoke and ACS sensation, Frances Tuva won the Best Male and Female Athlete awards during the 2022 Coca-Cola Games.
Inoke won gold in the Senior Boys 100 metres and Long Jump while Tuva won gold medals in the Intermediate Girls 200 metres, 400 metres and 4x100 metres relay.
Both athletes have won a trophy, $250 from Digicel Fiji and $1,000 from Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Fiji.
RKS won the Senior Boys 4x400 relay final with an impressive run in the last few metres to pip Suva Grammar.
The Grammar runner was in front however he lost concentration and started celebrating by pointing the baton towards the grandstand before he won the race which saw RKS take the advantage.
Grammar got silver while QVS took the bronze.
MGM won the Senior Girls 4x400 metres race, Saint Joseph’s settled for silver while Namosi Secondary got the bronze.
RKS took out the gold in the Intermediate Boys 4x400 metres race while Suva Grammar and QVS settled for silver and bronze respectively.
ACS dominated the Intermediate 4x400 metres relay to add another gold medal to their impressive tally. Nasasavia Secondary got silver and Grammar got bronze.
Natabua took gold in the Junior Boys 4x400 metres race beating Marist and RKS who settled for silver and bronze respectively.
ACS won gold in the Junior Girls 4x400 metres race.
Holy Cross College got the silver while Bucalevu Secondary School takes home the bronze.
Vunisea Secondary School won the Sub Junior Girls 4x400 metres race beating Suva Grammar who settled for silver and Dreketi High School got bronze. The Sub Junior Boys 4x400 metres race was won by QVS.
Suva Grammar and RKS settled for silver and bronze respectively.
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Natabua High School has claimed the gold medal in the Senior Boys 4x100 metres final, QVS settled for the silver medal while RKS got the bronze medal.
ACS won gold in the Senior Girls 4x100 metres relay, Natabua won the silver medal while Sigatoka Methodist got the bronze.
Grammar took out the gold medal in the 4x100 metres Intermediate Boys, Marist won the silver medal while RKS settled for the bronze medal.
The ACS team has won gold in the Intermediate Girls 4x100 metres, Grammar got silver while Natabua got the bronze.
QVS won the gold medal in the Junior Boys 4x100 metres final, Marist got the silver while Natabua got the bronze.
Natabua High School took out the gold medal in the 4x100 metres Junior Girls, Grammar won the silver medal while ACS settled for bronze.
The 4x100 metres Sub Junior Boys team for Suva Grammar finished their race in style with the final runner, Eparama Dremoka diving for the finish line to win gold.
QVS settled for the silver medal while Marist got the bronze medal.
Adi Cakobau School won gold in the Sub Junior 4x100 metres final, Natabua High School got the silver medal while the Bucalevu Secondary School team took the bronze medal.
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Setoki Turuva of RKS has taken gold in the Senior Boys 200 metres race while Ayush Kumar of Drekiti High School took home silver and RKS athlete Viliame Rawairua settled for bronze.
It was a heart breaking moment for Natabua’s Ratu Alipate Vuiwakaya in the race as he stumbled and fell close to the finish line after leading the race.
Ofa Lagonilakeba of Natabua won gold in the Senior Girls 200 metres, Tokasa Gukirewa of Saint Joseph’s took home the silver while Kesaia Boletakanakadavu of MGM got the bronze.
Semesa Caqenivalu of Suva Grammar School won gold in the Intermediate Boys 200 metres while his teammate Penaia Nawaqadrua settled for silver.
Ravuama Latilevu of Marist won bronze.
Frances Tuva of ACS has won gold in the Intermediate Girls 200 metres at the Coca-Cola Games.
Her teammate, Ro Tirisiane Kiliraki settled for silver and Chloe David of Grammar won bronze.
Emosi Laqere has won gold for MGM in the Junior Boys 200 metres race, Suva Grammar’s Nathaniel Chand had to settle for silver while Laisiasa Marakiwai of Suva Grammar got bronze.
Imeri Nasali of ACS has won gold in the Junior Girls 200 metres race to extend their lead on the medal tally.
Coming in second was Claudy David from Suva Grammar while Florence Kikau from Bucalevu Secondary settled for bronze.
Filomena Navula of Adi Cakobau School won the Sub-Junior Girls 200 metres this morning.
Lidia Waqairapoa of Bucalevu Secondary School won silver and Adi Ceva Lutumailagi of Natabua settled for bronze.
Meanwhile, Ratu Aporosa Lalabalavu of Cuvu College won gold in the Sub Junior Boys 200 metres, Timoci Cakautabu of Natabua settled for silver while Francis Bakaniceva of International School Suva won bronze.
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By: Naveel Krishant , Vijay Narayan , Zodelle Bhan , Dhanjay Deo
It is a historic Coca Cola Games for Vishant Reddy of Uciwai, Nadi who has won his second gold for Korovuto College after coming first in the 800 metres Intermediate Boys.
Reddy won the 1,500 metres Intermediate Boys gold medal on Thursday.
Reddy who is also a Nadi soccer rep, says there were specific times for the soccer training and the soccer team had helped him in his endurance, and he thanks the players for supporting him all the time.
He says there were no challenges and everything was smooth because he was working hard.
Abaramo Ratucove of Immaculate Conception College in Bua got the silver medal while Ilaitia Matadradra of Noco Junior Secondary got the bronze.
Naitasiri Secondary School’s Rusila Tabuyawa took out the gold medal in the 800 metres Intermediate Girls, Alefina Volavola of Ba Methodist High School took the silver while Iva Seniwakula of Wainimala Secondary School settled for the bronze medal.
Waisale Tewa of Nakasi Secondary School has taken home gold in the Senior Boys 800 metres race.
Sireli Korovulavula of Natabua settled for silver while Sailasa Moala of Lomaivuna High took the bronze.
Makereta Atelaite of Lomaivuna High School has taken gold in the Senior Girls 800 metres race.
Salome Vakatawabai of Namosi Secondary School has settled for silver while Saint Joseph’s Adi Ama Masau got the bronze medal.
Waisale Tagivetaua of QVS won gold in the Junior Boys 800 metres, Nirav Kumar of MGM got the silver medal while Kini Nabiri of QVS got the bronze.
Lilieta Buna of Reverend Thomas Baker Memorial won gold with a stylish run in the Junior Girls 800 metres race.
Ilisapeci Sagacoro of ACS settled for silver while Litia Lala of Tailevu North got bronze.
In the Sub-Junior Boys, Joseva Ravuaka of Vunisea Secondary won gold, Serupepeli Naidegidegi of DAV Ba got the silver while Iosefo Tuvere of Namosi Secondary settled for bronze.
Naomi Galo of Nasasavia Secondary School has won gold in the Sub Junior Girls 800 metres.
Laisiana Kororua of Naitasiri Secondary School settled for silver while Sigatoka Methodist’s Asinate Nailevu took the bronze.
14-year-old Suva Grammar School student, Waisale Bolakoro has won the gold medal in the Sub Junior Discus event this morning.
He threw a distance of 39.68 metres.
Meanwhile Kels Kau of QVS settled for silver and Epeli Tamani also of QVS won the bronze medal.
Saint Joseph’s Secondary School student May Kaora has won their fourth gold medal in the Senior Girls Shot Put on the final day of the 2022 Coca-Cola Games.
The 18-year-old says she feels relieved her events are over since there was so much pressure at the grounds.
She says her biggest motivation is her friends as they kept pushing her to do better and perform well.
Lusiana Qionikorolevu of Wainimala Secondary School won silver while Annemary Raduva of Swami Vivekananda College won bronze.
Tailevu North College has won their first gold in the Junior Girls Shot Put with Akosita Poulter throwing a distance of 9.31 metres on the final day of the 2022 Coca-Cola Games.
Vashist Muni College student Salote Moamoa won the silver medal while Immaculate Conception College’s Karalaini Rasiosateki settled for the bronze.
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