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Seduadua Eyes 400m Record

Kameli Seduadua is confi­dent of clocking a better time in the 400metres sen­ior boys’ final today and to win a gold medal for Ratu Kadavulevu School. The 19-year-old represented Fiji
20 Apr 2018 11:18
Seduadua Eyes 400m Record
Kameli Seduadua of Ratu Kadavulevu School during senior boys 400meters heats at Coca-cola games ANZ Stadium on April 19, 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

Kameli Seduadua is confi­dent of clocking a better time in the 400metres sen­ior boys’ final today and to win a gold medal for Ratu Kadavulevu School.

The 19-year-old represented Fiji at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia last week.

“Through God, anything is possi­ble,” he told SUNsports yesterday,

“I want to finish high school on a high note. I also aim to break the 400 metres record (47.74sec­onds) set by Tira Narara of Marist Brothers High School.

“My goals this year is to represent Fiji at the Commonwealth Games, winning gold and breaking the six-year record at the Coke Games and to pass my Year 13 examination,” he said.

Seduadua said it was hard to bal­ance studies and training.

“After classes, I train for two to three hours and then spend four hours studying,”

.Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

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