Latest Results Summary

Minginfel Takes Best overall Lifter for the Men's

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Tyoni Batsiua Wins Best Lifter for the SPG 2003

Congratulations To Tyoni and Nauru Weightlifting for winning this prestigeous award.

Tyoni received her award from Sitiveni Rabukamore

48 Kg Category for Women

Three lifters in this category which was dominated by Ebonette Deigaeruk who broke records in the process of sweeping the Gold Medals. 4 new South Pacific Records fell to Dika in this competition.more

53 Kg Category for Women

Dika Toua, as expected stars for PNG as she also breaks records in sweeping all the gold in the 53 Kg Class.more

58 Kg Category for Women

Batsiua of Nauru dominated this Weight division. Making a comeback since having a baby. GOLD TO NAURU!!

She also managed to beat the competitiors in the 63Kg division on her way to gold.more

63Kg Category for Women

A great battle EVENTUATED between Della Vakuruivalu of Fiji and Nita Jeremiah of Nauru for the Gold Medals. Della managed to win the Snatch and the Total while Nauru settled for 1 gold and 2 silver.more

69Kg Category for Women

Nauru with Sheba Deireragea Sweep the Gold.

Just way too strong for the opposition, Sheba elected to not take her third lift in the Clean and Jerk to highlight her dominance of the event.more

75Kg Category for Women

A good battle eventuated between Fiji's Kesa Tawai PNG's Hekure Joe and Nauru's Mary Diringa.

Diringa held her nerve to sweep all three medals against the talented and aggressive Tawai of Fiji.

The Nauru Machine just Rolls on.....more

75+ Category For Women

Their are ten lifters in this division but the best anyone can hope for is Silver with Triple Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Reanna Solomon in this Field. Gold and Silver to Nauru....more

56 Kg Category for Men

Jeffrey Robby of PNG stamped his authority to comfortably sweep three gold medals in the 56 Kg Class for men.

His experience and training was clear for all to see as he backed up his tactical approach with solid and confident lifting.more

62 Kg Category for Men

Competition was hot in the 62Kg class as the successor to the great Marcus Stephen emerged in the form of Manuel Minginfel. The tiny Island of Yap will party hard tonight.

Nauru won the three silver and Fiji the three Bronze Medals on offer.more

69 Kg Category for Men

Record Breaker Yokio Peter establishes new Oceania and Commonwealth Records with 130.5kg in the Snatch. GOLD to Nauru... He continued his splintering form to win all 3 medals

Harvey Tulensru secures another medal for FSM, a Silver with Fiji the Bronze.more

77 Kg Category for Men

Vueti misses gold in the snatch but remains in contention for gold in the Clean and Jerk.

Renos Doweiya was just too strong and took the Snatch with three clean lifts to lead by 5kg.more

85 Kg Category for Men

GOLD FOR KIRIBATI!!!!!!more

94 Kg Category for Men

Gold for Samoa.

Commonwealth Games Medallist, Niusila Opulagi has swept all the Gold Medals at the weightlifting.

Kiribati continue to add to their Medal Tally showing the benefit of a close association with Nauru over the past couple of years.more

105 Kg Category for Men

Amete Luaki cleans up the Gold medals in the 105kg class. Sam Pera wins 2 silver for Cooks and Fiji's Rupeni area wins silver and 2 bronze.

A great competition with the crowd goaning under the weight and effort of the competitors.more

105+ Category for Men

Underway very soon....more

Competition Underway

The much anticipated Weightlifting Competiton is now underway at the Yat Sen Hall in Suva.

This sport yields the most medals of any sport and can see dramatic shifts in the medal tally.

Stay tuned for Results and live action.more

80 SPG medals and Nothing Less says COFFA

May 29, 2003
By JEETENDRA PRASADmore

Women's Weightlifitng Underway

Seven Calsses of Women's Weightlifting are now underway at the Yat Sen Hall. These will yield 63 medals in all with Nauru expected to dominate.more

Nauru Win 22 of 33 Gold Medals to date

Typically dominating this Sport, Nauru have shot to fifth place overall on the SPG Medal Tally thanks to their Weight lifters. With Four more events tomorrow for 12 more Golds, anything is possible for Nauru.more
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