SUPER grandma Sainimili Turner has set her sights on winning a gold medal at the 2013 World Masters Powerlifting Championship in Florida, United States.
Turner won a gold medal in the Masters Two category during the Oceania Powerlifting Championship in Australia last week.
The 59-year-old totalled 390kg with a squat of 145kg, bench press of 95kg and dead lift of 150kg.
Turner said she missed out on a gold medal at the World Masters in 2008.
"I feel great to win a gold medal again," Turner said.
"This time I went with two young lifters and they performed well. We were supposed to take more lifters but financial constraints prevented us.
"But next year we hope to take more lifters to the international competitions.
"My next target is the World Masters. This time I have to work harder in the gym to achieve the gold medal.
"I will be 60 years then and I will qualify for the Masters Three category.
"Looking ahead, the 2015 Pacific Games will be on in Papua New Guinea. I will give it a try. Age is no barrier in sport."
The World Masters Powerlifting Championship will be held from September 23-29.