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Luana Milroy stands proud as she receives the bronze medal in the Radial Class Laser competition

A First for Samoa X 3

Samoa wins three bronze medals in today's races, winning their first three medals ever in any major international competition...more
Boats approach the starting line during Tuesdays Medal race in the Hobie Class

Day Seven - Clear Skies & Medals

New Caldonia settles for Gold and Bronze as Tahiti sneeks by in today's races, taking the Silver medal in the Hobie class. Meanwhile, the stage is set for Samoa's Luana Milroy to take a medal, the only question being of color as she fends Charlotte Labroy of New Caldonia to keep the Silver.more
As rain clouds loom in the distance, Samoa's Luana Milroy turns the buoy followed by New Caldonia's Cawle Dabin

Day Six - Thunder, Rain and Lightning

Lightning cut short the day's events, but it wasn't lacking in excitement as Samoa's Luana Milroy made her move from third in the Radial Laser competition to second overall...more

Day Five (1/9) - Sailors Battle Challenging Condit

The area surrounding AquaSamoa was a hive of activity this morning but unfortunately sailing didn't get started until lunch time.more
SPG sailors unite for ISAF 'sail the world' celebrations

Sailing athletes unite

All the sailing athletes of the 2007 South Pacific Games, have united together to commerate the International Sailing Federations centenary celebrations......more
Luana Milroy

Day Two - Samoan Sailing Has a Promising Future

Interview with Samoa's Luana Milroy.more
Women's Lasers

Day Two (29/8) - New Caledonia Dominates

Day Two of the South Pacific Games Sailing Regatta saw sailors competing in two consecutive races in each class. Winds were strong and the competition tough.more

Day One (28/8) - Samoa Shares the Limelight

A sunny sky, clear waters and light wind greeted sailors on the first day of the South Pacific Games Regatta. Fortunately at mid morning the wind strengthened and racing could commence.more
Pierre Gins and Kolotia Seuvea enjoy the competition at Mulifanua

Sailing first for Wallis and Futuna (French)

Competitors from Wallis and Futuna are taking the opportunity to gain valuable experience as they compete for the first time in the South Pacific Gamesmore

Sailing All Set

In what will be one of the most spectacular venues for sailing in the history of the South Pacific Games, 66 competitors from 9 countries have indicated that they will be in town for the 2007 South Pacific Games.

A full list of competitors will be posted on this web site by the end of this week.more
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