Coke Games: Balancing the blocks
31 March, 2018, 1:24 pm
Update: 1:24PM BALANCE is the key to his success so far and high school sprint king, Shane Tuvusa will employ the same ahead of next months Coca Cola Games.
The Natabua High School senior student said he like most school track and field competitors were working hard at sports and academia.
With a personal best time of 10.7s in the 100m event, Tuvusa has a few competitors with similar abilities breathing down his neck.
But he knows where he needs to improve running off from the starting blocks to stay ahead of the pack.
“I just have a few things to work on, especially running from the blocks,” he said.
The Natabua sprinter said coaching from Jovesa Naivalu and the support of his family and the schools old scholars have kept him confident.
Read more about him in The Fiji Times.