Apolonia Wins Gold

Apolonia Vaivai won a GOLD Medal at the Commonwealth Championships last night in Penang, Malaysia.
 
She lifted 93Kg in  the snatch and 115kg in the Clean & Jerk for a total of 208kg in the Women’s 75kg weight category.
 
This is the second year in a row that Apolonia has been the Commonwealth Champion, a great achievement.
 
Eileen Cikamatana won three Silver medals in the Commonwealth Championshipsin the Women’s 69kg weight category.
 
She won the silver in Youth, Junior and Open categories to back her Gold and Bronze medal performances at the World Youth Championships.
 
Young Taniela Rainibogi competed very well in the Junior 85kg category.
 
He lifted 118kg in the snatch and 140kg in the Clean and Jerk for a total of 258kg.
 
He competed very well and made a gallant attempt to lift to lift 150kg in his final lift and was almost successful, as he gave it his all to try and secure the Bronze medal.
 
But it was not to be. However, Weightlifting Fiji is very happy with the way he approached his objective.
 
Fiji won a total of 2 Gold 3 Silver and 4 Bronze medals over the past week, in what is the best ever performances by Weightlifting at any International competitions, in its 55 year history.
 
The team returns to Fiji early on Sunday morning.
 
 
Total Medals                                               Gold   Silver Bronze
World Youth Championships                      1                      1
Commonwealth Championship                  1         3          3
Total Tour Medal Haul                                2          3          4
 
World Youth championships
Gold - Eileen Cikamatana – 69Kg Clean & Jerk
Bronze – Eileen Cikamatana – 69Kg Total
 
Commonwealth Championships
Gold – Apolonia Vaivai – 85Kg Open
 
Silver – Eileen Cikamatana – 69Kg Open
Silver – Elieen Cikamatana – 69Kg Junior
Silver – Eileen Cikamatana – 69Kg Youth
 
Bronze – Manuali Tulo – 56Kg Open
Bronze – Ulina Saqone – 58Kg Open
Bronze – Ulina Saqone – 58Kg - Junior



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