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Subject: GO TOEA WISIL


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Wantok
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Date Posted: 10:34:41 09/24/05 Sat



Saturday, September 24, 2005



THE NATIONAL


Sports
Wisil set to blow field in Townsville

FEMALE sprinter Toea Wisil is all set to meet the Australian 100m and 200m champion Sally Mclellan in the North Queensland championships this weekend.
Wisil who is expected to provide a stiff competition set another two PNG National Junior records in Townsville last night as she continued a remarkable season.
PNG Athletic Union president Tony Green confirmed last night that the 17-year-old wonder girl from Banz, Western Highlands Province, became the second fastest woman in the history of PNG athletics when she broke Mae Koime's national junior record in the 100m with a new mark of 12.16 seconds.
Green said Wisil also became the third fastest woman ever in the 200m by clocking a time of 24.84 seconds, which has only been bettered by Koime and former record holder Elanga Buala.
PNG champion Koime was in great form, winning both the 100m and 200m events again on Monday night.
Her time of 11.96seconds in the 100m equalled the national record that she set earlier this year at the Melanesian championships in Lae, and her 200m performance was only a fraction outside her national record of 24.26 secs.
The PNG athletes will compete again this weekend in the North Queensland championships.

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