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Subject: Toea Wisil on the move!

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Date Posted: 07:57:17 09/13/05 Tue

Koime, Wisil stamp their mark

PNG female sprinters Mae Koime and Toea Wisil stamped their mark at the University of Queensland track in Brisbane last Friday to set new national records in the 60m event.
Both sprinters returned to Brisbane, Australia, to begin their preparations for the Commonwealth Games next year.
According to PNG Athletic Union president Tony Green yesterday, the South Pacific sprint queen won the A race in a time of 7.64 seconds to shave one hundredth of a second off her old mark of 7.65.
Green said Wisil won the B race in an excellent time of 7.88 seconds to break Monica Jonathan's national junior record of 8.00 seconds set seven years ago in Tonga before the 1998 Oceania championships.
He said the 400m specialist Maria Kaupa was also in good form, clocking a personal best time of 12.69seconds in the 100m, although this was acheived with the benefit of a following wind of 2.5 metres per second.
Both Koime and Wisil clocked times of 11.99 seconds and 12.42 seconds respectively in the same race.
Green said the athletes will compete again next Saturday before heading to Townsville for the Oceania Grand Prix series

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