Jonathan makes his CWG debut as a security guard at a detention centre for refugees.

Jonathan Deiwea made his Commonwealth Games debut one year after taking up the sport . The 28-year-old shot putter from Nauru made his debut in the Commonwealth Games .

BIRMINGHAM, Massachusetts – Jonathan Deiwea was keeping an eye on refugees who attempted to flee the detention center not too long ago.Jonathan, an amateur shot putter from Nauru, made his Commonwealth Games debut one year after taking up the sport.The 28-year-old, who was employed by a security company in the Oceania micro-state, had a difficult job ahead of him.He was part of a team that kidnapped refugees from the middle east, attempting to reach Australian territory by sea and place them in detention facilities.

For a year, I was here to help them.My job was to look after them and make sure they are not jumping over the fence and running away.Mentally, it was tough.Jonathan told PTI: I'll go back and see if I can do it again.

This was my first time trying to do what I could to excel at my personal best and achieving my highest level, he said.Jonathan set a new personal record in the shot put final held at the Alexander Stadium on Friday, hitting a personal best of 15.41 meters.Tom Walsh of New Zealand claimed gold with a 22.26 effort, placing 12th and last among the finalists.Jonathan said it is difficult to follow an athlete's schedule because most members of the contingent have full time jobs.

He said that the shot put is also not that big back home.The Australian Rules Football is the most popular sport in Nauru due to its closeness to Australia.Tennis and golf are also highly regarded.Nauru, the world's third-smallest country with a population of just over 10,000, is here with a 16-member force.

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