Sports plays an important part in life was the word from former Flying Fijian Captain and Women In Sports Commission advocate Seremaia Bai, at Jai Narayan College in Suva today.
"You must have a vision as an athlete" said the Minister for Sports Hon Laisenia Tuitubou when opening the 2018 Young Athletes Forum at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva over the weekend.
The Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee (FASANOC) hosted an Oceania Sports Education Programme (OSEP) week long Management course which involved several national sporting federations last week.
A big thank you once again to FIJI GAS, McDONALDS and FIJI WATER as Partners of the 2018 Olympic Day Run held on 28 June and to the generous business houses who provided prizes plus the many supporters who assisted with the logisitics of the Run.
Congratulations to the winners of the various categories:
Former Flying Fijians Captain Seremaia Bai urged participants at the NCDP Complex attending FASANOC Women in Sport Commission’s “Sports and Working with Carers and Persons with Disabilities Workshop" to enjoy each day.
FASANOC Voices of the Athletes Champion Tessa Harman was announced by the International Olympic Committee as one of 82 young people who will serve as Young Change-Makers for the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires in Argentina in October, 2018.
Creating a space for girls, in particular those who do not have access to being engaged in various sports is an area of focus for Women in Sports Commission during 2018.
World Olympians Association, together with the International Olympic Committee’s Athletes’ Commission, has launched a joint mentoring programme to support Olympians with their life transition.
FASANOC will host participants from different National Federations (NFs) and stakeholder organizations for the Managing Olympic Sport Organisation (MOSO) course of the Oceania Sports Education Program (OSEP), which starts in Suva today (24/05/2017).