Our beach volleyball teams are training in QLD

THE Solomon Islands National Beach Volleyball men and women teams are currently on a two week tour in Queensland, Australia.  This is part of the Solomon Islands Volleyball Federation preparation for the 2023 Pacific Games.  National Beach Volleyball Men & Women Team representative Barry Pugeva said the tour is a significant one for the national squad as it gives the athletes the best possible…

Oiaka: So far so good

SUPPORT from spectators during the current 2022 Solomon Cup tournament has been great, according to the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF). SIFF Competitions Manager Gerald Oiaka told Star Sports yesterday that since the start of the tournament last week spectators have supported their respective provincial teams with good behavior. Oiaka calls on all football supporters…

Nominations for Sports Awards underway

NOMINATIONS for the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sports (SINIS) Sports Awards are now open. According to the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sports (SINIS), nominations are open to the public; however eligible nominees will only include SINIS national athletes and coaches. SINIS encourages anyone to nominate deserving Athletes or Coaches under the relevant categories. Award…

Team Up starts workshop

THE Team Up team from Australia will conclude a three day workshop program for sporting organizations in the Solomon Islands today. The workshop program was officially open by the Australian High Commission, Solomon Islands’ acting Counsellor Political, Gabriella Barnes on Wednesday at the at the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS). The program is…

SINIS transform local athletes

THE Solomon Islands National Institute of Sports (SINIS) has transformed local athletes from scratch into more competitive athletes. The Secretary to Prime Minister Dr Jimmie Rodgers said this was manifested in the recent 2022 Pacific Mini Games in Northern Mariana in which they collected more medals. Dr Rodgers said the country’s athletes have improved a…

20 swimmers set for championship

A total of 20 swimming athletes have qualified for the Solomon Islands Swimming Federation (SISF) National Swimming Championship in Honiara next month. National Swimming Coach Stance Beulah Sanga confirmed the 20 swimmers which include both men and women were selected from a two day qualifying time trials held at the Honiara Hotel pool. The 20…