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    Surf Into The New Year

Surf Into The New Year

  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

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    Team Fiji Continues To Shine

Team Fiji Continues To Shine

Team Fiji did well at the ISA World SUP and Paddle titles last week out at Cloudbreak. Congratulations to all involved from the competitors to the support crew.  Finishing in

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    SUP World Event Opens In Style

SUP World Event Opens In Style

Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism Faiyaz Koya opened the Stand Up Paddleboarding and paddleboarding world championships at the Port Denarau Marina, Nadi last Saturday. The nine-day competition took place

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    How It Became Vodo Ua?

How It Became Vodo Ua?

Fiji has a rich history of surfing dating back to the 1980s. I thought I would take the chance to highlight the Boardriding Clubs in Fiji starting with the “West

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    From Grommets To World Class Surfers

From Grommets To World Class Surfers

Last weekend was an awesome sight, 50 super keen grommet surfers, five large sleek boats, sunshine, light wind and surf. That’s what greeted the final day of the Rip Curl

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    Fiji ISA World SUP Event Rocks On

Fiji ISA World SUP Event Rocks On

The 2016 Fiji ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship is now officially on after yesterday’s opening ceremony in Port Denarau. Twenty six (26) national SUP and paddleboard teams featuring 244

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    Young Surfers Prepare For Round 2

Young Surfers Prepare For Round 2

Competitors are getting ready for Round 2 of the Rip Curl Micro Grommet Series at Swimming Pools, next Saturday, November 5. The interest in current points standing is heating-up with

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    Flying Fijians Off To Toulouse

Flying Fijians Off To Toulouse

The Vodafone Flying Fijians team departed the country on Friday for the much anticipated Europe tour that starts next week. The local based-players were later spotted with the Fijian-born players

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    Surfing Signs First Broadcast Deal

Surfing Signs First Broadcast Deal

In one of its first significant media deals since becoming an Olympic sport, the International Surfing Association (ISA) is pleased to announce an international broadcast partnership Eurosport Asia Pacific to

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Flying Fijian Giving Back To Community

  Flying Fijian Giving Back To Community

Former Flying Fijians utility back Seremaia Bai wants to assist in producing more rugby coaches in the local scene. The

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From Toorak to Melbourne

  From Toorak to Melbourne

“No matter how many setbacks you have, just keep going on and focus on what you want to achieve. It’ll

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Fiji Sun Keeps Rising

  Fiji Sun Keeps Rising

Seventeen years old, saw the birth of the country’s third newspaper- The Fiji SUN. Due to the competitive business environment

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Hussain Tells Of His Dream

  Hussain Tells Of His Dream

He would close his eyes and dream that he was playing in an international golf tournament. A young Abid Hussain

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Youth Empowerment Through Surfing

  Youth Empowerment Through Surfing

Last week saw the AGM for the Fiji Surfing Association held at the Beach house on the Coral Coast. There

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Blues Target League, IDC

  Blues Target League, IDC

The Lautoka Football Association rewarded their players for winning the INKK Battle of the Giants tournament with $30,000, which was

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Jerry’s Homecoming

  Jerry’s Homecoming

Many marvel at the gutsy performance of Vodafone Fijian men’s rugby sevens halfback Seremaia Tuwai. Although he is smaller in

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Why The Sand Dunes? Ryan Tells

  Why The Sand Dunes? Ryan Tells

Ryan said this natural sporting enterprise has worked wonders in previous occasions. “Yeah it’s tough but it has been one

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Bright Future Ahead For Fijian Surfing

  Bright Future Ahead For Fijian Surfing

Former Australian surfing coach Ian Portingale is now the new Fijian Surfing head coach. Portingale, who also represented Australia in

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Big Boost For Amateur Boxing

  Big Boost For Amateur Boxing

      It’s after a lapse of 28 years Fiji is going to be represented at the Olympic Games.

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Gone But Not Forgotten

  Gone But Not Forgotten

For the past two seasons on the World Sevens Series one of the first names written in ink has been

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Newport Scoop Jack’s Fiji Tanoa 

  Newport Scoop Jack’s Fiji Tanoa 

  Australian-based Newport will return next year to defend the Jack’s Fiji Tanoa. This was confirmed yesterday by officials of

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Paradise Lost

  Paradise Lost

The sun is setting on Waikiki Beach, and Koa still has a few hours before his 9pm shift cleaning the

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Hong Kong’s Hidden Rooftop Slums

  Hong Kong’s Hidden Rooftop Slums

Tens of thousands of people are believed to live in illegal rooftop slums in Hong Kong Fifty-eight-year-old Hong Kong resident

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AirAsia Plane Crash Caps Disastrous 2014 For Aviation

  AirAsia Plane Crash Caps Disastrous 2014 For Aviation

If you weren’t already nervous about flying, that may have changed in 2014, a year that stirred our deepest fears

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Pilots Need Their Sleep Too

  Pilots Need Their Sleep Too

Getting adequate sleep is important for us, especially if we have jobs that require great concentration. That’s why Air India

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Australia Eyes Indigenous Recognition Vote

  Australia Eyes Indigenous Recognition Vote

More than a century after its constitution was drafted, Australia is edging closer to formally recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait

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Great Pope, Or Greatest Pope?

  Great Pope, Or Greatest Pope?

The historic deal between the United States and Cuba was noteworthy for a lot of reasons—and a fascinating one that’s

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Inside Obama’s Family Deportation Mill

  Inside Obama’s Family Deportation Mill

This past summer, the “border kids”—tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras detained after crossing

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The Sony Hack Is A Watershed Moment Especially If North Korea Is Involved

  The Sony Hack Is A Watershed Moment Especially If North Korea Is Involved

The hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment is one of the most debilitating ever targeted at US corporate servers. The November

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you said it
"My job really is to create the culture and the winning ways of rugby in Fiji - not just for this generation but the next generation as well."
Gareth Baber
Vodafone Fiji an 7s Head Coach
January 2017
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