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    Commonwealth Games Qualifications

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    Best wishes to forum member Hawkpeter and his athlete Jackson Roberts-Young attempting to qualify in the M109 slot for Australia this weekend.

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    Many thanks.

    Lets hope all the events go off without a hitch - already I understand there have been some difficulties.

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    https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/...51029126100178

    The Singapore Weightlifting Federation is streaming the W49kg/55kg (combined session) event, pending any changes to streaming rules.

    Competition start list and session times below
    https://www.facebook.com/singaporewe...6368826740309/
    Last edited by strapping; 02-24-2022 at 10:08 PM.

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    Coming back to this, the Commonwealth Games qualification is all wrapped up. We could perhaps use this as the Comm Games thread if thread name changes are enabled? It's been a long time since I've used a VBulletin forum and I mostly used them as a 12 year old so my memory fails me.

    Recently we had the Online Oceania Commonwealth Games invitational, where notably Don Opeloge hit a comfortable 167+208, missing 215. Eileen Cikamatana hit 110+140 which is lower by her standards but is healthier and recovering well from her leg injury.

    In two weeks, we will have the Pacific Mini Games (acting as Oceania Senior Championships) between 2022-06-18 to 2022-06-22, hosted in Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands. We'll see what shape various lifters are in, good or bad. I'll update this post with the start list when it comes out.

    Anyway, about 8 weeks out from Commonwealth Games at the time of writing.

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    This doesn't deserve it's own thread, but the Pacific Mini Games will run from the 20th-23rd of June 2022. This will act as Oceania Senior Championships. It will be interesting to see what shape lifters are in so close to the games.

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    2022 Pacific Mini Games/Oceania Weightlifting Championships - Saipan, NMI results. Comm games qualified athletes marked as "CG"

    Day 1

    Combined 45/49 session
    W45 won by Nicola LAGATAO (GUM), 5/6, 57 (61x) + 74

    W49 won by Dika TOUA (PNG, CG), 6/6, 74+90

    M55kg won by Raymond Hipol SANTOS (NMI) 88,92,95x + 110,115,125x = 207
    2nd place was Philip MASI (SOL, CG), 6/6, 91+108.

    M61kg won by Morea BARU (PNG, CG) 5/6, 110+151 (120x)

    W55kg won by Jenly Tegu WINI (SOL, CG), 6/6, 84+110

    Day 2
    M67 won by Ruben KATOATAU (KIR, CG), 5/5, 110+135, declined 3rd clean and jerk. 135 looked like a limit lift.
    W59 won by "decidedly not single, committed to her boyfriend and dog" (words of the announcer) Natalie SETIADJI (AUS). 75/79x/79x + 92/96/100x
    M73 won by Manuila RAOBU (TUV, 68.92 bw), 110/115/121x + 138/144x/144x. 138 push jerk was good, 144 attempts were both squat jerks lost forward.

    W64 won by Jacinta SUMAGAYSAY (GUM), 5/6, 70/75x + 100
    M81 won by Stevick PATRIS (PLW), 5/5, 121+160

    Day 3
    W71 won by Darcy KAY (AUS), 5/6, 86+110
    M89 (non-CG category) won by Beau GARRETT (AUS), 5/6, 130+172
    W76 won by Olivia KELLY (AUS, 73.90), 6/6, 96+118
    M96 won by Uaealesi FUNAKI (TGA), 4/6, 121x/121x/121 + 155/160/170.
    M102 won by Angel L.C. SAN NICOLAS (NMI, 96.34), 5/6, 115/119/121x + 150/155/160
    W81 (non-CG category) won by Faustina Niusila OPELOGE (SAM, 79.96), 5/6, 90+107. 110x

    Day 4
    W87kg winner and only competitor is Eileen CIKAMATANA (AUS, 84.96, CG duh), 105/110/113x + 130/140/145x. Bar slipped off the shoulders weirdly.
    W87+kg won by Iuniara SIPAIA (SAM) with 5/6 104+157. 112x. Manine LYNCH (COK, CG) secures 3rd with 6/6, 90+120
    Last edited by strapping; Today at 01:38 AM.

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    tx for posting the results

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