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Pacific sprint queen and PNG's athletic sensation Toea Wisil said she will retire from active sports this year.
Toea Wisil made known her intention to NBC Sports after returning from her athletics championship in Australia over the weekend.
She finishes third in the Sydney athletics championship.
Wisil made her name in the sport of athleticism from being a simple village girl to become the fastest woman in the Pacific region.
Not only that but she represents PNG around the world winning Gold medals in various big and tough competitions against some of the world's bests.
Meanwhile, Toea Wisil said she is looking forward to the upcoming Olympic in Japan this year.
She told NBC sports, she will bow-out of athletic after the Tokyo Olympics.
SOURCE: NBC NEWS/PACNEWS
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