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Raramasi: Nothing Is Impossible

Fifteen-year-old, Meri Raramasi of Labasa College has set her eyes on winning the gold medal in the Macuata Zone 2 competition that gets underway tomorrow. The Dreketi lass will be
22 Mar 2017 11:01
Raramasi: Nothing Is Impossible
Meri Raramasi,15 of Labasa College participating in Macuata zone 2 this week. PHOTO:PENI DRAUNA

Fifteen-year-old, Meri Raramasi of Labasa College has set her eyes on winning the gold medal in the Macuata Zone 2 competition that gets underway tomorrow.

The Dreketi lass will be running in the junior girl’s 1500 metres at the Labasa Muslim College ground.

“I want to win so I can qualify for the Coca-Cola Games in Suva next month,” she told SUNsports yesterday.

Raramasi had won gold in the 1500m event during last year’s Northern Chow Games in Labasa.

“After that win I want to win again but this time as a high school student. I really want to win for my family and my school this year.

“I have trained and prepared well, for the zone competition. My race will be one of the first events on Thursday and I’m looking forward to it.”

Raramasi said she is confident of qualifying to the Coca-Cola Games and a chance to run at the ANZ Stadium tracks against the country’s top runners.

“I believe we can achieve anything through hard work and I have been training hard to achieve my goal and that is to win a medal this year. I usually wake up early in the morning to train and also in the afternoon.”

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