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COMMONWEALTH javelin champion Sunette Viljoen reckons she is in with a good chance at the IAAF World Championships in Germany next month after winning gold at the 25th World Student Games in Serbia.
The 25-year-old Viljoen, who is a student at the University of North West's Potchefstroom campus, clinched the title with a throw of 62,52m on Thursday night. She is also the African champion and record holder.
Viljoen, a product of the well-known javelin stable of coach Terseus Liebenberg, took the lead with her opening throw of 62,25m and never looked back.
"It feels great to win a medal, especially gold in a global competition. I have enjoyed my stay here in Serbia in the past two weeks," said an excited Viljoen.
"Now that the World Student Games are over, I'm gonna take a few days break back in South Africa to recharge my batteries for the World Championships in Germany.
"We (Athletics South Africa's national team) have a training camp in Germany as part our final preparations for the championships, it will help us a great deal to acclimatise.
"The plan is to continue doing well during the championship in Germany, but it is a known fact that competition will be tough because all the big guns will be there."
Liebenberg said: "We are excited that Sunette has won gold, it's great for her in the preparations for the World Championships."