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Draws announced for HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series opener in Dubai

Fiji head men's draw
In the men's competition reigning series champions Fiji head pool A and kick off proceedings against Canada with further ties against Japan and Argentina, while Dubai's defending champions and the series’ second ranked side last season, the Blitzboks of South Africa, start in pool B against Scotland, Samoa and newly-promoted core team Russia.

Australia and Fiji qualify for Olympics

Both teams remained unbeaten over the weekend and were clearly the best teams in their respective events as the scores in the finals suggest. Australia beat Tonga 50-0 in their final while Fijiana overcame Samoa 55-0.

Mavericks Win Five Events Against UW-Stevens Point and Northern Michigan

Junior Cheyenne Rova won a pair of events including the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 24.30 and the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 54.35. The MSU 400-yard relay team of Rova, sophomore Kylie Gaeth, freshman Kate Barnes and sophomore Cecilia Hake turned in a first place finish with a time of 3:38.70.

PNG Govt continues backing programs

The Minister during his recent speech at the official launching of PNG Sports Expo said the government’s backing fits in well to maintain support towards the programs to keep athletes’ fitness level and condition on par after the Pacific Games.

Fair treatment for Fijiana

FRU chief executive Radrodro Tabualevu said the budgetary demand had been unprecedented this year.
Tabualevu agreed that if the girls do make it to the Olympic Games in Rio, it would mean an extra $1.5 million in next year's expense budget.

New Zealand Olympic Committee becomes first NOC to win IOC Women in Sport World Trophy

The NZOC has long been at the forefront of championing change to ensure that women have a prominent role in sport, on and off the field of play. Particular attention has been paid to increasing the number of women representing New Zealand at the Olympic Games and in decision-making and leadership positions, not only within the NOC, but also in other sports organisations in the country.

Olympic winning coach supports Beach volleyball coaching program

Olympic Beach volleyball coach and long time supporter of Vanuatu Beach Volleyball (VVF), Steve Anderson, has arrived in Port Vila, Vanuatu to run a training course for ni-Vanuatu beach volleyball coaches

PNGOC President welcomes formation of Sports Journalists’ Association

NBC Executive Producer Sports Ephata Samuel is the president of the PNGSJA, EMTV’s Jeremy Mogi as vice-president and Quintina Naime from PNGLoop as secretary/treasurer of the newly formed association.

IOC President calls sport a ‘natural partner’ for realisation of Sustainable Development Goals durin

“Sport is natural partner when it comes to realising the ambitious agenda that will guide global development over the next 15 years,” President Bach said of the post-2015 Development Agenda that was adopted by the UN Member States on 25 September.

Trinidad & Tobago grab 9th spot

Trinidad & Tobago found easy route to goal in the first quarter through their tall goal shooter Samantha Wallace (53/60), whose clear holds and athletic leaps made it easy for her feeders to find her under the post where she finished the quarter at 100% accuracy.

Records galore on Day 4 for Pacific swimmers

Ryan Pini got the team off to a great start and put the island team in the lead at 100m securing 56.38 as the atmosphere began to build in the Kazan Arena.

Voices of the Athletes spreads anti-doping message

PACIFIC GAMES: As athletes aim for their best performance at the Pacific Games, Voices of the Athletes is using sport as a platform to spread important messages.

Combining anti-doping, HIV awareness and environmental slogans, the group is part of the Oceania National Olympic Committee.

Basketball leading the way with Stats

FIBA Oceania have created history with the implementation of their LIVE stats program at the 2015 Pacific Games. For those not lucky enough to be in PNG to watch the action LIVE, you have the next best thing - a play by play account of all the action as it happens.

Be sure to checkout the shot chart - pictured - by team or by player. Everything a basketball fan could ever want!

Two day Olympic forum in Fiji for Chef de Missions

Two day Olympic Forum concludes as Chef de Missions are briefed on Rio Olympic Games and various requirements.

Fiji's Leslie Copeland & Dr Robin Mitchell

ONOC's Olympic Book - Now Available

Oceania National Olympic Committees have commissioned a book to reflect the journeys that our Pacific Island athletes made towards London 2012. “Oceania – An Odyssey to the Olympic Games” jointly produced by The Reporters’ Academy and Oceania National Olympic Committees.
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