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Suva Zone Two: Ah Sing Tells- ‘ What Made Me Win?’

“Before the race I looked at the grandstand and saw my school mates and family members cheering me on,” he said.
06 Mar 2021 11:17
Suva Zone Two: Ah Sing Tells- ‘ What Made Me Win?’
Julius Ah Sing won the sub-junior 100meters final at ANZ Stadium on March 5, 2021. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Family and fans carried Marist Brothers High School junior sprinter, Julius Ah Sing as he set a new Suva Zone Two record.

The Natumua, Kadavu native clocked 11.82s to smash Kaliveti Draiba’s time of 12.05s set in 2019.

“Before the race I looked at the grandstand and saw my school mates and family members cheering me on,” he said.

“That motivated me to do well. I just ran to the echo of their screams and that carried me right to the finish line.

“I’m honoured to have broken the record but I want to remain consistent and set another one at the Coke Games in April.”

Sing said there is no time to relax as he has refocus and maintain consistency throughout.

“There is no time to mess around with my diet and not taking proper care of my body,” he said.

“It is very important that I continue to train harder and raise the intensity of my training.

“My main objective is to win gold for my school and return that lost glory for Marist Brothers High School.”

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

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