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ONOC kick-starts revival of Fijian Sports Journalistsí Association

Tuesday 25. of August 2015

SUVA, 25 AUGUST 2015 (ONOC) -----The Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) initiated the revival of the Fijian Sports Journalistsí Association which has been defunct for over a decade.

ONOC President Dr Robin Mitchell assured sports editors

PNG CRICKET NEWS

Monday 10. of August 2015

The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced yesterday that the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier will take place from 14 to 23 October in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

The PNG U19 Garamuts will be taking part in this tournament for a chan

FINAL DAY OF COMPETITION FOR PACIFIC ISLANDS

Sunday 09. of August 2015

Day 7 saw the Pacific island swimmers bring down the curtain on their World Championships with ten swimmers from seven countries competing in nine events. There was just time to collect a couple more personal bests and a chance to reflect on the succ

DAY 6 of the FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Saturday 08. of August 2015

Day 6 was the busiest day yet with no fewer than sixteen Pacific island swimmers hunting out personal bests and national records for their nine respective countries. Once again, a lot of the swimmers can point to successes gained on the world stage,

MALANI MISSES OUT ON PERSONAL BEST

Saturday 08. of August 2015

The Kazan Arena played host to a second performance from Meli Malani, in the Menís 50m Freestyle.

 

Malani competed in the same event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games where he completed a time of 23.98 seconds and then more recently, in the 2015 Pacif

PANUVE AND FURGESON

Saturday 08. of August 2015

There were five swimmers from Oceaniaís Pacific islands competing on day five of these championships. Four appearing in a competitive Womenís 100m Freestyle, whilst Pilar Shimizu lined up in the Womenís 200m Breaststroke. Once again, personal best ti

BUADROMO EYEING RIO

Saturday 08. of August 2015

The second and final race for Fijiís Matelita Buadromo was in the Womenís 100m Freestyle, along with three other Oceania athletes. Her previous race in this event was in the Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea, several weeks before, in which she achiev

MELANI 's Personal Best

Thursday 06. of August 2015

Day four was the busiest day in the pool so far for the Oceania Swimmers at these championships with seventeen swimmers competing from nine nations. No fewer than 10 personal bests and national records fell, including a historic moment for Papua New

RECORDS GALORE ON DAY 4

Thursday 06. of August 2015

Day four was the busiest day in the pool so far for the Oceania Swimmers at these championships with seventeen swimmers competing from nine nations. No fewer than 10 personal bests and national records fell, including a historic moment for Papua N

BUADROMO

Thursday 06. of August 2015

Fijiís first entrant into the 16th FINA World Championships, in Kazan, was 19-year-old Matelita Buadromo. Competing in the Womenís 200m Freestyle, Buadromo started in heat two as she looked to break one of her several, impressive national and pers

QUICK LEARNER YANAI

Thursday 06. of August 2015

Day three was a relatively quiet day in the pool for the Pacific island swimmers, with just three swimmers competing. Nonetheless, it was no less challenging. Swimmers from Fiji, FSM and Northern Marianas were the latest to take the plunge and once a

Day 2 of The 16th FINA World Championships

Tuesday 04. of August 2015

Another busy day in the pool at Kazan Arena for the Pacific islands. Two more records fell in the morning heats as five nations and seven swimmers performed on the world stage. There were creditable performances from others following on from the rece

Samoa and the 16th FINA World Championships

Tuesday 04. of August 2015

Samoaís first entry at the 16th World Championships, in Kazan, was 17-year-old Brandon Schuster. His first event was the 400m freestyle. In this event, he has knocked an incredible 26 seconds off his time from just before the 2013 World Championships

Pacific Islands and 16th FINA World Championships

Tuesday 04. of August 2015

Swimming competition on day one of the 16th FINA World Championships proved to be a satisfying one for the swimmers from Oceania, with most carrying their good form from the recent Pacific Games in Port Moresby. 10 swimmers from seven island nations

The Olympic Games and the Media Online Course

Friday 31. of July 2015

 

The Olympic Games and the Media

https://www.coursera.org/course/olympicgames

This course analyses the intersection between the Olympic Games and the media and how television and other media contribute to fund, shape and disseminate the major s

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