New Caledonia Dominates, Leading with 46 Medals
Solomon Islands has fallen to the fifth position in the latest Pacific Games medal tally, earning a total of 20 medals. The breakdown comprises 5 gold medals, 9 silver, and 6 bronze. The impressive 5 gold medals were achieved in weightlifting, with Jenly Wini playing a crucial role by clinching an outstanding 3 gold medals in the 55kg women’s category. Additionally, Brown Ramohaka contributed 2 gold medals in the 61kg men’s weight category.
Unexpectedly, Tahiti emerged as underdogs to secure the fourth position in the medal standings, claiming 5 gold medals, 13 silver, and 13 bronze, totaling 31 medals.
Currently, New Caledonia maintains its lead in the overall medal count with an impressive 46 medals – 17 gold, 13 silver, and 16 bronze. Despite having one of the smallest contingents in the Pacific Games, Australia secures the second position with 11 gold medals, 7 silver, and 3 bronze, totaling 21 medals. Samoa follows in third place with 8 gold medals, 1 silver, and 1 bronze, accumulating a total of 10 medals.
The ongoing competitions continue to be fiercely competitive, with participating countries passionately vying for the top spot and striving to secure the highest number of gold medals.