FIJI is guaranteed to win three medals today at the Pacific Mini Games but the question is which colour will it be.
Seruwaia Malani is the first competitor for Fiji in weightlifting and the 20-year-old will compete with only two other lifters.
She said she was nervous about the competition but her body was telling her that she was ready.
"In my mind, there are a lot thoughts and a lot of butterflies in the stomach but the body is ready to perform," the Baba, Levuka lass said.
"I have prepared well for the event and I know Papua New Guinea and Tahiti will be tough."
The former Delana Methodist High School student will compete in the 48kg women's category at 11am (Fiji time) today.
Weightlifting section manager Lilian Amasa said three medals were already confirmed for Fiji.
"We will just have to wait until tomorrow (today) to see which colour we win," she said.
"She (Malani) is a good lifter so gold is the target but it could also be silver or bronze but definitely gold is the target."
Tomorrow, Tevita Tawai, 21, and Paula Taqua, 32, will compete in the 69kg and 85kg men's competition respectively at 11am and 5.30pm.
Amasa said their biggest threats would be New Caledonia, PNG and Samoa.
On Thursday, New Caledonia based Apolonia Vaivai will compete in the 75kg women's competition.
"So each lifter had a chance of winning three medals in their respective categories but the other three lifters apart from Seruwaia will be competing against more opponents."