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Miller for Fiji

Emoni Narawa
Wednesday, December 05, 2012

FIJI's top male swimmer Douglas Miller will compete at the Mutual of Omaha Invitational Swimming Championship in Nebraska this weekend.

Miller, who is based at Iowa Central Community College in the US, was recently announced as joint winners of Fiji's top male swimmer along with Paul Elaisa. Earlier this week, Fiji Swimming confirmed that Miller would compete at the invitational event in Nebraska.

And Elaisa, together with Fiji's backstroke swimmer of the year Caroline Puamau and Britain-based Tieri Erasito will represent the country at the FINA World Short Course Championships in Istanbul, Turkey next week.

Meanwhile Matelita Buadromo was named the top women swimmer during the Fiji Swimming Awards night held over the weekend at the Nadi Sports Club. Buadromo and Elaisa represented Fiji at the London Olympic Games.

Paula Cokanasiga of Stingrays was named the recipient of the Coach of the Year while Suva based Tritons club won the Club of the Year award.





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