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Ramsden Sets Record

Ramsden Sets Record
The Suva Zone One 4x400m Junior girls relay action at the ANZ Stadium yesterday. Photo: Ronald Kumar
March 27
08:52 2015

Maya Ramsden of International School Suva set a new record in the sub-junior girls 800 metres at the Suva Zone One meet at the ANZ Stadium yesterday.

The 13-year old clocked 2.27 minutes and hopes do better during the Coca-Cola Games next month.

“I love running and I’ve proved myself by setting a new record for the zone. I will try my very best to maintain this during the Coca Cola Games next month,” Ramsden said.

“I train four days a week and for two days I go swimming.

“All I have to do now is work on my fitness and try to maintain my diet for the Fiji Finals meet.”

Nasinu, BMS retain titles

Nasinu Secondary School and Ballantine Memorial School retained their respective titles yesterday.

The two schools proved too good during the Suva Zone One athletics competition at the ANZ Stadium.

Nasinu finished first in the boys division with 17 gold, nine silver and four bronze medals while BMS collected 10 gold, 14 silver and nine bronze medals.

Nasinu Secondary coach Voka Kauyaca was impressed with her team’s performance.

“Our boys deserved to win because we prepared well,”Kauyaca said.

“We will try to maintain the consistency in the Coca- Cola Games in April.”

Meanwhile, the Suva Zone Two will be held at the ANZ Stadium today and the Coca-Cola Games  on April 24-25 at the ANZ Stadium.




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