Mahatma Gandhi Memorial School wonder-kid Nirav Kumar is a competitor to pay special mind to in the Coca Cola Games.

The 14-year-old broke the 400 and 800 meters Sub-Junior young men records at the Suva Zone 1 meet a month ago at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.

Kumar says he’s not the first in the family that will highlight in the Fiji Finals since his father, previous famous football rep, Nitan Kumar, did it as well, notwithstanding, he is planning to go above and beyond.

He continues pushing me, he said that you live by a target to beat him inside and out so he ran in the Coke Games and I suspected as much why not win the gold.”

The youth who trains under the direction of Adi Cakobau School mentor Antonio Raboiliku at the Royals Club adds he is overpowered with the measure of help he has been getting.

“The help is stunning, the arrangements going great on account of the Royals Club for all the preparation and direction all through my excursion to the Cokes.”

The previous Nehru Primary School is one of the strong competitors for the gold decoration in the 400 and 800 meters for the Coca-Cola Games which will be held at the ANZ Stadium from the 22nd-24th of this current month.

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