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CISNOC celebrating its 28th Birthday

It has been 28 years since CISNOC became part of the Olympic Movement in the Cook Islands. It was honorable day to have witnessed this event in conjunction with our Cook Islands 50th Anniversary of Self Governing. It was a pleasant turn out from our key stakeholders, inclusive of our staff, sponsors and codes representatives.more

Aitutaki leads the Telecom Medal Tally

Following the Open and Masters Mix Volleyball yesterday, Aitutaki jumped ahead of Mauke on the table. Yesterdays games proved to be tough for some of the islands, however Atiu was able to keep Aitutaki a bay, taking the game to 3 sets, unfortunately Aitutaki was too strong and won the game, picking the gold, Atiu silve and Mitiaro bronze. In the Masters saw Aitutaki winning another gold.more

Vanuatu NOC host MOSO Events Management

Secretary General Robert Graham is one of the two facilitators in Vanuatu lecturing the Events Management unit from the MOSO Course, as Vanuatu prepare to host the 2017 Pacific Mini Games.

19 participants from 10 NF's, NOC staff and staff of the Ministry of Youth & Sports were those attending as the participants, also members of the 2017PMGOC.more

Lawn Bowls and Athletics Arrival in Glasgow

The Lawn Bowls and Athletics team arrives in Glasgow. After 38 hrs flying from the small nation, the Lawn Bowls team have finally settled into the village. Alex Beddoes (800m) and Manager/Coach James List also arrived at the same time via train from Manchester. Alex competed in a pre-competition in the city of Manchester before heading into Glasgow. The team was welcomed by Siniva Marsters.more

Glasgow 2014 Arrival

First Job on arrival into the Games village in the host city of Glasgow was to formally register Team Cook Islands with the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee. Delegation Registration Meeting (DRM) is a significant milestone and means each one of our athletes and team leaders/support staff are entitled to live, train and compete within the Commonwealth Games environment.more

Team Cook Islands heads to Glasgow

Team Cook Islands athletes will this week begin their voyage across the globe to Glasgow, Scotland for the Commonwealth Games. The team is made up of 37 athletes and officials representing four sporting codes, namely Athletics, Lawn Bowls, Rugby 7's & Weightlifting.

The team will be led by Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee Secretary General & Chef de Mission Robert Graham.more

39 make up Team Cook Islands

A team of 39 athletes and officials will represent the Cook Islands at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, scheduled to be held from July 23 to August 3.more

Cooks represented at the Queens Baton Launch

Tupuna Mitchell represented the Cook Islands at the Glasgow 2014 Queens Baton Launch at Buckingham Palace. Puna was amongst all 71 Nations in the well-attended ceremony which attracted crowds of supporter as well as some of Scotland's greatest athletes, young people from across the Commonwealth and senior representatives from across the Commonwealth.more

HM The Queen launches Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton

HM the Queen launched the Glasgow 2014 Queens Baton Relay at Buckingham Palace today at a simple but hugely well-attended ceremony which attracted crowds of supporter as well as some of Scotland's greatest athletes, young people from across the Commonwealth and senior representatives from across the Commonwealth.more

10 Medal, 7 Athletes...

A 7 athlete represented the Cook Islands at the 9th Pacific Mini Games won 10 medals, one of the smallest teams at the games, however one of the biggest impacts during the games.

Congratulation Team Cook Islands.more
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Updates

Team Cook Islands Queens Representative Golf Ambrose Fundraiser on Friday 6th March 2015 at 4.00pm, at the Rarotonga Golf Club

Pacific Games in PNG2015, 4th - 18th July 2015

Cook Islands Games, Rarotonga, 1st - 7th August 2015

Commonwealth Youth Games, Samoa, 2nd - 12th September 2015

 

MANEA GAMES UPDATE

Telecom Medal Tally after Day 5 of the Manea Games, Aitutaki still lead the table, with Mauke in 2nd, followed by Mangaia, Mitiaro and Atiu. Day 6 of competition will see the island continuing the Cricket and Tennis competitions.

 

Commonwealth Games Programme

Programme of events and dates when Team Cook Islands athletes will be competing:

ATHLETICS

Patricia Taea

Sun 27 Jul    14:30       Women’s 100m R1

Wed 30 Jul   18:30       Women’s 200m R1

Alex Beddoes

Tue 29 Jul    10:00       Men’s 800m R1

LAWN BOWLS

Games will be played from Thursday 24 July to Friday 1 August

RUGBY 7’s

Sat 26 Jul    

11:16       Kenya v Cook Islands

14:40       Cook Islands v Trinidad & Tobago

19:30       South Africa v Cook Islands

Sun 27 Jul    Playoffs, Semi and Finals

WEIGHTLIFTING

Luisa Peters

Wed 30 Jul   15:30       Women’s +75kg

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