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Tarare vying to beat the clock


Beating the clock and setting a new personal best timing is always the pinnacle benchmark that athletes hope to achieve in any individual sport.

Tarere is also on the train-on squad for the upcoming Pacific Games at the end of the year and he will only prove himself worthy of a spot in the final team when it (final team) is announced after the FedEx Championship.

Tarere is not new to representing PNG in the world stage. His first dive into the pool was back in 2018 during the Victorian states Championship in Melbourne, Australia.

This was then followed by the 2018 Commonwealth Games, 2018 Fina World Short course championship in China, Oceania Games in Port Moresby 2018, South Pacific Games in Samoa 2019 and the Singapore Championships and Fina World Championship in Melbourne last year.

“I still need to improve on some little things especially my technique, speed and my race plan. A lot of work needs to be done before November.”

“My personal best for 50m Freestyle is 24.68 and 100m is 56.64.”

“I swam a new personal best during the recent Theodist Championship this year 54.64. I did not swim any personal best during the World championship in Fukuoka, Japan,” says Tarere.