Entry into the game of golf and athletics, new medals for our Cagous in va’a and success in badminton. Find the summary of the Mini-games of Saipan, in the Northern Mariana Islands, for this Tuesday, June 21.
The day started very early and in blazing heat for our golfers, on the grounds of the Coral Ocean Resort. And it is in an idyllic setting, at the edge of the water, that the eight Cagous started these Mini-games. “You have to be able to position yourself, take your bearings and be placed. This is the main“, specifies Eric Figueres, supervisor of the golf delegation.
The golfers entered the race on Tuesday in Saipan.
Yesterday it was gold, today it’s silver and bronze. Our cagou rowers again won medals on Tuesday in Saipan. On the lake of 13e Fisherman Monument, the women won a bronze medal in the V6 over 1500 meters. “We may have a bit of a technical fault at the bend, which caused a bit of a delay for the rest, which was difficult to catch up. But we are not blushing, third place remains a podium“, details Marcy Manate, rower.
Still in V6, but over 500 meters they won the silver medal, behind the Tahitian women.
The Cagoues rowers, in Saipan, in the Northern Mariana Islands.
The men, themselves, bring back two silver medals this Tuesday, again behind the Tahitians: in V6 over 1500 meters and over 500 meters. “We were fine, we gave everything we could. We were in good shape, but they proved they were stronger than us today“, explains Hermann Mainguet, rower.
The Caledonians won two silver medals, in V6, over 1500 meters and 500 meters, behind the Tahitians.
In V6, the Polynesians dominated the 1500 meter and 500 meter races at the Pacific Mini-games in Saipan.
In weightlifting, Jessica Idjan finished fourth in her under 59 kg category. A disappointment for the Caledonian, who therefore did not win a medal. She weighs 145 kg, with 64 kg in the snatch and 81 kg in the clean and jerk.
Jessica Idjan ranked 4th in her -59 kg category in weightlifting.
In total at the end of the day, Caledonia has 13 medals: two gold, eight silver and three bronze. It is in eighth position, behind Kiribati and Australia. Guam and Tahiti are in first position this Tuesday.
In badminton, the Cagous were a hit on Tuesday. They won in the morning against Guam (5-0) and in the afternoon against the Solomon Islands (5-0).
The Cagous won their first match 21/10 – 21/11. Johanna Kou wins in 21/14-21/15. Yoann De Geoffroy wins by 21/04 – 21/04. In women’s doubles, the Cagous are victorious in 21/14 – 21/19. And in men’s doubles, 05/21 – 03/21.
Carl N’Guela wins 21/07 – 21/03. Same thing for Marine Naveros 07/21 – 08/21. Victory also in men’s doubles 21/06 – 21/06 and in women’s doubles 21/08 – 21/04. As well as in mixed doubles, 21/07 – 21/07.
On the tennis side, Victor Lopes won against Camden Camacho 6/7 – 6/3 – 7/6. Rafael Bonnet de Laborgne lost against Matthew Stubbings, 6/4 – 6/1.
Louam Boivin and Rafael Bonnet De Laborgne lost to Mark Gibbons and Matthew Stubbings 6/2 – 7/5. Icham Tidjine lost to William O’Connell, 6/3 – 6/1.
And in doubles, Icham Tidjine and Victor Lopes won their match, 6/0 – 6/1.
Our cagou athletes enter the competition this Tuesday evening. Lucie Turpin opens the ball to the javelin. She is followed by Marvin Delaunay-Belleville in the long jump, Côme Oblet and N’Godrela Jeremiah in the 800 meters. Finally, Charlotte Michel and Clara Rostaing in the women’s 800 meters. Results to be found tomorrow on our website.
The athletics track at Oleai Sports Complex, Saipan.
Tomorrow Wednesday, 8 disciplines are on the program, including 7 which concern our Cagous. Only the va’a will not be in the running, the races will resume for our rowers on Thursday. No respite, however, for athletics, badminton, beach volleyball, golf, tennis, triathlon and weightlifting.
Find the full program ici.