Powerlifting at the 2019 Pacific Games

Powerlifting at the 2019 Pacific Games in Apia, Samoa was held on 18–19 July 2019 at the Faleata Sports Complex in Tuanaimato.[1] The competition included eight men's and seven women's weight classes.[2]

Powerlifting
at the 2019 Pacific Games
Powerlifting pictogram (Paralympics).svg
VenueFaleata Sports Complex
LocationApia, Samoa
Dates18–19 July 2019
← 2015

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Samoa)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Papua New Guinea65314
2  Nauru64212
3  Samoa*3126
4  Tahiti0314
5  Kiribati0134
6  Tuvalu0101
7  New Caledonia0033
8  Fiji0011
Totals (8 nations)15151545

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−59kg Kalau Andrew
  Papua New Guinea
Martin Taitus
  Papua New Guinea
Tibaa Taabureia
  Kiribati
−66kg Derby Rodiben
  Nauru
Nantei Nikora
  Kiribati
Ruben Noi John
  Papua New Guinea
−74kg Nitram Dagagio
  Nauru
Larsen Lio
  Papua New Guinea
Kaoma Taake
  Kiribati
−83kg Deamo Baguga
  Nauru
Gaimunum Adam
  Nauru
Marc Lisan
  Tahiti
−93kg Jesse Roland
  Nauru
Miguel Hopuetai
  Tahiti
Frederick Warsidi
  New Caledonia
−105kg Josh Cook
  Nauru
Titi Misili Penieli
  Samoa
Alfred Mel
  Papua New Guinea
−120kg Koale Tasi Taala
  Samoa
Telupe Iosefa
  Tuvalu
Tavita Lipine
  Samoa
+120kg Oliva Kirisome
  Samoa
Vagi Henry
  Papua New Guinea
Julien Moala
  New Caledonia

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
−47kg Neville Benson
  Papua New Guinea
Ashly Detabouw
  Nauru
Lucy Dia
  Papua New Guinea
−52kg Dobi Morea
  Papua New Guinea
Samantha Gware
  Papua New Guinea
Verana Olsson
  Nauru
−57kg Belinda Umang
  Papua New Guinea
Sandra Pratz
  Tahiti
Shannon Maboumda
  New Caledonia
−63kg Dika Igo
  Papua New Guinea
Heilani Sao Yao
  Tahiti
Sainimere Abariga
  Fiji
−72kg Linda Pulsan
  Papua New Guinea
Jovina Fritz
  Nauru
Junior Erisabeth Kirata
  Kiribati
−84kg Niusila Opeloge
  Samoa
Meteng Wak
  Papua New Guinea
Perina Fritz
  Nauru
+84kg Yurika Kepae
  Nauru
Giovika Kepae
  Nauru
Moala Sooalo-Toai
  Samoa

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Powerlifting – Gym 1, Faleata Sports Complex". Samoa 2019. Retrieved 18 July 2019.
  2. ^ "Powerlifting sports technical manual version 2.0" (PDF). Samoa 2019.