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The Craig McElrath Memorial Event, was a great day of fun surfing and friendly competition at the beautiful Namotu Island in a clean 2-3 foot surf. The Open Longboard division
The inaugural Druku Memorial surfing event is from February 11-12 at Cloudbreak, Tavarua. Chief Druku Lalabalavu, the leader of Fiji’s heart-shaped island, Tavarua, passed away at the age of 63.
This week the Fiji National Sports Commission’s Sports Development Unit will commence will commence running a Sunday special feature on Sports Development. Established in 2013 through a decree of government,
The Ba Rugby Union has set plans to elevate the union in the 2017 season. The newly elected-committee which was elected in September, last year, just nine weeks before the
The First Light Taveuni 7s team brought a new breath of life and a rare 2017 greetings at Lawaqa Park by winning the Mana Whey Fiji Coral Coast 7s tournament
The newcomer in the Samoan Under-21 netball team Tahnyshavaughn Salanoa was happy with her performance during the Digicel Punjas International Youth Netball Series. Delighted to be part of the Samoan
It was an amazing netball experience for the youngest member of the Australian Under-21 netball defender Matilda Garrett. The 18-year-old, from Narre Warren South in Melbourne, Australia, is not new
This year’s Craig McElrath Memorial event was a great success. With 40 enthusiastic surfers the 2 longboard and 2 SUP divisions were hotly contested. The surf was small but offered
I’m back in Fiji after a great family holiday in the USA and I hope your Christmas was everything you’d hoped. Hopefully the Christmas period has given you time
Team Fiji did well at the ISA World SUP and Paddle titles last week out at Cloudbreak. Congratulations to all
Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism Faiyaz Koya opened the Stand Up Paddleboarding and paddleboarding world championships at the Port
Fiji has a rich history of surfing dating back to the 1980s. I thought I would take the chance to
Last weekend was an awesome sight, 50 super keen grommet surfers, five large sleek boats, sunshine, light wind and surf.
The 2016 Fiji ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship is now officially on after yesterday’s opening ceremony in Port Denarau.
Competitors are getting ready for Round 2 of the Rip Curl Micro Grommet Series at Swimming Pools, next Saturday, November
In one of its first significant media deals since becoming an Olympic sport, the International Surfing Association (ISA) is pleased
“No matter how many setbacks you have, just keep going on and focus on what you want to achieve. It’ll
Seventeen years old, saw the birth of the country’s third newspaper- The Fiji SUN. Due to the competitive business environment
He would close his eyes and dream that he was playing in an international golf tournament. A young Abid Hussain
Last week saw the AGM for the Fiji Surfing Association held at the Beach house on the Coral Coast. There
The Lautoka Football Association rewarded their players for winning the INKK Battle of the Giants tournament with $30,000, which was
Many marvel at the gutsy performance of Vodafone Fijian men’s rugby sevens halfback Seremaia Tuwai. Although he is smaller in
Ryan said this natural sporting enterprise has worked wonders in previous occasions. “Yeah it’s tough but it has been one
Former Australian surfing coach Ian Portingale is now the new Fijian Surfing head coach. Portingale, who also represented Australia in
It’s after a lapse of 28 years Fiji is going to be represented at the Olympic Games.
For the past two seasons on the World Sevens Series one of the first names written in ink has been
Australian-based Newport will return next year to defend the Jack’s Fiji Tanoa. This was confirmed yesterday by officials of