Entry into the game of golf and athletics, new medals for our Cagous in va’a and success in badminton. Find a roundup of mini-games in Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands on Tuesday, June 21st.
The day started very early and in scorching heat for our golfers at the Coral Ocean Resort. And it was in an idyllic setting, at the water’s edge, that the eight Kagu started these mini-games. “You must be able to position yourself, orient yourself and take your place. this is the main thing“, clarifies Eric Figueres, Head of the Golf Delegation.
Golfers entered the race on Tuesday in Saipan.
Yesterday it was gold, today silver and bronze. On Tuesday in Saipan, our kagu rowers won medals again. On the lake 13e Monument to the fisherman, women won a bronze medal in V6 at a distance of 1500 meters. “Perhaps we had a small technical error on the turn, due to which the others were delayed a little, and it was difficult to catch up. But we don’t blush, third place remains a podium“, details Marcy Maneit, rower.
Still in V6, but in the 500m they won the silver medal behind the Tahitians.
Cagoues rowers in Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands.
Men themselves return two silver medals on Tuesday, again losing to the Tahitians: in V6 at distances over 1500 meters and over 500 meters. “We were doing well, we gave everything we could. We were in good shape, but today they proved that they are stronger than us“explains Herman Menge, a rower.
The Caledonians won two silver medals in the V6 in the 1500m and 500m, trailing the Tahitians.
In the V6, the Polynesians dominated the 1500m and 500m races at the Pacific Mini-games on Saipan.
In weightlifting, Jessica Ijan placed fourth in her 59 kg category. A disappointment for the Caledonian, who therefore did not win a medal. She weighs 145 kg, of which 64 kg in the snatch and 81 kg in the clean and jerk.
Jessica Ijan placed 4th in her 59kg weightlifting category.
In total, according to the results of the day, Caledonia has 13 medals: two gold, eight silver and three bronze. It is in eighth position after Kiribati and Australia. Guam and Tahiti are in first place on Tuesday.
In badminton, Cagous were a hit on Tuesday. In the morning they won against Guam (5:0), and in the afternoon against the Solomon Islands (5:0).
Cagous won their first match 21/10 – 21/11. Johanna Coe wins on 21/14-21/15. Yoann De Geoffroy wins by a margin of 21.04 – 21.04. In women’s doubles, Kagu wins in 21/14 – 21/19. And in the men’s doubles 21.05 – 21.03.
Carl N’Gela wins 21.07 – 21.03. The same for Marine Naveros 21.07 – 21.08. Victory also in the men’s doubles 21.06 – 21.06 and in the women’s doubles 21.08 – 21.04. And also in the mixed doubles, 21.07 – 21.07.
As for tennis, Victor Lopez beat Camden Camacho 6/7 – 6/3 – 7/6. Raphael Bonnet de Labourgne lost to Matthew Stubbings, 6/4 – 6/1.
Luam Boivin and Raphael Bonnet de Laborgne lost to Mark Gibbons and Matthew Stubbins 6/2 – 7/5. Icham Teejin lost to William O’Connell, 6/3 – 6/1.
And in doubles, Iham Tijin and Victor Lopez won their match, 6/0 – 6/1.
Our cagou athletes will compete on Tuesday evening. Lucy Turpin opens the ball with a spear. She is followed by Marvin Delaunay-Belleville in the long jump, Com Oble and N’Godrela Geremia in the 800m. Finally, Charlotte Michel and Clara Rosten in the women’s 800m. Results tomorrow on our website.
Athletics track at the Olei Sports Complex in Saipan.
Tomorrow on Wednesday there are 8 disciplines in the program, including 7 that relate to our Cagus. Only there will be no wah in the race, the races will resume for our rowers on Thursday. However, there is no respite for athletics, badminton, beach volleyball, golf, tennis, triathlon and weightlifting.
Find the full program here.