US-based athlete Milika Tuivanuavou completed her four-medal haul at the Pacific Mini Games in Wallis and Futuna with a gold medal.
First, she won bronze in the javelin, then a silver each in the long jump and triple jump, and she topped if off with a golden throw in the shot put.
Tuivanuavou ran in-between the triple jump and shot put events on the last day of athletics competition at the Kafika Stadium.
She confirmed her silver medal with a leap of 11.90m in the triple jump event and then went for her last throw in the shot put event.
There she threw the shot put to a distance of 14.29m to win her fourth medal, a gold.
She said she was happy with her performance in the event.
"I am happy that I made it through another games and completed it without injuries," Tuivanuavou said.
She said she did not mind running in-between the events.
"I'm in my element doing that because I have been doing that for the past two years.
"It's nothing new but the heat was something that made me tired fast."
Tuivanuavou added she will continue training and then compete in whichever event she is eligible for.
Meanwhile, Makelesi Tumalevu won a bronze medal in the women's triple jump event with a leap of 11.29m.
The event was won by Betty Burua of Papua New Guinea who jumped 11.95m.