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Two more atlhetes honours at the Longines Records Club for breaking Commonwealth Games Records

Commonwealth Games


Two more athletes were honoured on 11 April 2018 at the Longines Records Club on the Gold Coast for breaking Commonwealth Games records.

Longines is committed to honouring Commonwealth Games records at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, by presenting the athlete or team a certificate plus a donation to UNICEF.

Fijian weightlifter Eeillen Cikamatana received two certificates for breaking two Commonwealth Games records in the women’s 90ks Clean & Jerk competition.

After that, Pakistani weightlifter Talha Talib received a certificate for his Commonwealth Games record in the men’s 62kg snatch competition.

Longines Australia General Manager Amelia Michael presented the certificates, alongside CGF Regional Vice-President Africa, Miriam Moyo, and GOLDOC board member Glynis Nunn-Cearns.

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