Taylor, Cheer-Dunn, and Elaisa to officiate in Oceania Swimming Championships in Australia
18 swimmers to represent Fiji

Taylor, Cheer-Dunn, and Elaisa to officiate in Oceania Swimming Championships in Australia

18 swimmers to represent Fiji

By Cindy Chand
Sunday 14/04/2024
Source : Fiji Swimming

Three Fiji Swimming Technical Officials including Errol Taylor, Trisa Cheer-Dunn, and Susau Elaisa have been selected to officiate at the Oceania Swimming Championships at the end of this month in Australia.

Fiji Swimming says their appointment is a testament to their expertise and dedication to the sport, and they are immensely proud of them.

Meanwhile, 18 talented swimmers will represent Fiji at this championship that is scheduled to take place at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre in Southport, Queensland, Australia, from the 21st to the 24th of April.

Under the guidance of Coach Willie Elaisa and Team Manager Eugene Panuve, along with the valuable support from the executive committee, Fiji Swimming is certain that the team will display exemplary sportsmanship, perseverance, and determination throughout the competition.

The 18 swimmers are Marseleima Moss from Griffith University, Vivita Bai from Maharishi Sanatan College, Jonalese Vatubua, Imelda Smith, and Matelita Naisara from St Joseph’s Secondary School, Kelera Mudunasoko and Alfred Cornish from Natabua High School, Patricia Verebasaga from International School Nadi, Theola Kwong and Thaddues Kwong who are home-schooled, Reuben Taylor, Livai Raviko and Jeremiah Rova from Swami Vivekananda College, Erik Cheer-Tokona and Don Younger from Marist Brothers High School, Anslem Coffin from Tilak High School, and Hefu Erasito and Maki’uti Seruvatu from the University of the South Pacific.

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