B’BUILDING CHAMP SET

SOLOMON Islands National Bodybuilding Federation (SINBF) is ready to host the National Body building & Physique championship at the Multipurpose Hall, this weekend. Vice president of the Solomon Islands National Bodybuilding Federation (SINBF), Dickson Kae confirmed to Star Sports that local bodybuilders vying to compete in the national championship are all prepared and are looking…

Waita: A vital clash

THE Solomon Islands national U16 football team coach, Stanley Waita says today’s clash with New Zealand is a very important match. The U16 will play their second group A match against the defending Champions, New Zealand’s Young All Whites at 3pm this afternoon. Waita said for his side as it will decide who will top…

Taiwan’s games commitment hailed

PRIME Minister Rick Hou has welcomed Republic of China (ROC) Taiwan’s reassurance and strong commitment to support Solomon Islands for the 2023 Pacific Games. Taiwan’s deputy Foreign Minister Szu-Chien Hsu reassured Prime Minister Houenipwela of the Taiwanese Government’s support when they met at the Office of the Prime Minister & Cabinet (OPMC), Monday. Minister Hsu…

Para officials off to Spain

SHORTLY after being given power to lead Paralympic in the country over the weekend during an AGM, Paralympic  newly elected president Nihal Seneviratne and his executive wasted no time as they gear up for regional and international events lining up for them. The newly elected president of the Solomon Islands National Paralympic Committee (SINPC) Nihal…

Wini inspires students

Solomon Islands weightlifter queen Jenly Wini who created history at the recent Commonwealth Game has inspired young students to pursue weightlifting in the future. The Commonwealth game bronze medallist for the past three days has been conducting Oceania Talented Identification program at Koloale Community High School, Hips school and Mbokonavera Community High School. The program…

Wini questioned delay of award

Solomon Islands top female weightlifter Jenly Wini has questioned the government over the delay of awarding the athletes who have won medals during the Mini Pacific Games and the Commonwealth Games last year. The Ministry of Home Affairs has promised the winning athletes to complement their achievements with awards but nothing is being delivered until…