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Team Fiji has won its first gold medal at the Pacific Games after a day.
Glen Kable won the Shooting Single Trap event today.
This means Team Fiji now has 24 gold, 29 silver, and 40 bronze and remains in 5th place in the standings.
New Caledonia has increased their medal count with 65 gold, 41 silver, and 35 bronze and they are still at the top.
With two more days to go New Caledonia is set to retain its status as the best in the Pacific.
Australia is second with 31 gold,9 silver, and 13 bronze while Samoa is 3rd on the medal table with 27 gold, 30 silver, and 33 bronze.
Tahiti is a 4th place at the moment with 26 gold, 30 silver, and 31 bronze.
SOURCE: FBC SPORTS/PACNEWS
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