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Sharon opts for 'best'

Pravin Narain
Thursday, February 15, 2018

NATIONAL swimming coach Sharon Pickering-Smith is demanding the best from her national reps in the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia in April.

"We are hoping for a good outing in the Commonwealth Games," she said.

"They need to come back with the personal best times and national records."

Fiji will be represented by Matelita Buadromo, Taichi Vakasama, Epeli Rabua, Cheyenne Rova and Paul Elaisa.

"Matelita is doing 400m freestyle,100m butterfly, 200 individual medley and 50m butterfly, Cheyenne is doing the sprints, Taichi will be doing 50 and 100m with 200m breaststroke and individual medley. Paul is doing the sprints in 50 and 100 metres," she said.

The Commonwealth Games will be held from April 4-15.








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