A new date for the Pacific Mini Games in the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) still has to be identfied as uncertainty over the event continues because of COVID-19.
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Coronavirus is beginning to lead to fears that it could affect the building of infrastructure of the 2023 Pacific Games in the Solomon Islands, even though it is one of only 10 countries yet to have recorded a single case of COVID-19.
Offices for the 2023 Pacific Games have been officially opened in the Solomon Islands, just a few days after the country's Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare promised that the Government were committed to the event, despite the worldwide coronavirus crisis.
Next year’s Pacific Mini Games looks set to be postponed until December 2021 to avoid clashing with the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has claimed that preparations for the 2023 Pacific Games remain on course, despite the coronavirus crisis.
The Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (FASANOC) has set a closing date of July 24 in its search for a Chef de Mission for three major Games.
The Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) Athletes' Commission has called for "justice to prevail" after Papua New Guinea multi-sport athlete Debbie Kaore was allegedly attacked and beaten by her partner.
Pacific Games Council President Vidhya Lakhan has warned the number of participants for the 2021 Pacific Mini Games could be "much lower" due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Northern Mariana Islands are planning for the 2021 Pacific Mini Games to take place in May or June next year as originally planned, according to Pacific Games Council (PGC) President Vidhya Lakhan.
Tennis and weightlifting could feature at next year's Pacific Mini Games at the request of the hosts.
Organisers have moved to cool fears that the coronavirus outbreak in China has hindered preparations for the 2023 Pacific Games in the Solomon Islands.
The Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee (PNGOC) has highlighted more effective communication and the better use of existing services and facilities as two ways the country could improve its sporting success in future.
The Guam Taekwondo Federation (GTF) has been recognised by the Guam Government for outstanding achievement after all five of its Pacific Games athletes earned medals in Samoa.
Samoa 2019 has been praised by the United Nations (UN) Environment Programme for its efforts at making this year's Pacific Games so green.
Moala Takelo, a gold medallist for Tonga at the 2019 Pacific Games, has paid tribute to the country’s most well-known taekwondo athlete, Pita Taufatofua, for his role in the nation’s success in Samoa.