Remote Content

OceaniaSport - Palau

Sports Award Banquet to be held on April 27th 2017
The Sports Award Banquet will be held on April 27th 2017 at the Ngarachamayong Cultural Center. The Sports Award Banquet is the only time of the year where we can recognize and show our appreciation to our Athletes, Coaches, Officials, Volunteers and partners for their commitment and dedication towards the sports in our community.
more -->
ONOC Elects First Woman VP
Palau National Olympic Committee’s secretary general, Baklai Temengil is the new Oceania National Olympic Committees vice-president.

The 50-year-old former Palau paddler becomes the first woman in the Oceania region and the first in the Olympic solidarity to hold such position.
more -->
Temengil Headline Field at 2017 Oceania Wrestling Championships
Multiple-time Olympian Florian TEMENGIL (PLW) will be looking to add another Oceania gold medal to his collection. He has been a dominant force at the Oceania Wrestling Championships, winning 10 gold medals since 2011.
more -->
Inside Palau NOC 2017
Palau Track & Field Association

On Wednesday February 15th 2017 the Palau Track and Field Association held a ribbon cutting ceremony of their new office located at the Track & Field facility. The project began last fiscal year to build a small office for the Palau Track & Field Sports Development Officer (SDO).
more -->
PALAU WRESTLER COMPETES IN SENIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
On December 11, 2016, Palau wrestler Blesam Tarkong competed in the 2016 World Senior Championships – Non Olympic Categories in Budapest, Hungary. Blesam competed in the mens freestyle senior competition for the 70kg weight division. Blesam wrestled against Michal Radnoti of Slovakia.
more -->
Palau NOC Held Annual Meeting and Elected Board Members
Palau NOC Held Annual Meeting and Elected Board Members

The Palau National Olympic Committee held its Annual General Assembly today at the Palau Coral Reef Center conference room.
more -->
Palau’s Marina Toribiong finished last in her heat K1 500m
RIO DE JANEIRO — Palau’s Marina Toribiong finished last in her heat, but shaved almost four seconds off her best time in the women’s kayak singles 500-meter race Aug. 17 at the Rio Olympics.

She finished in 2:14.807 time. Her previous best was 2:18.
more -->
Minister and Palau NOC SG Baklai Temengil featured in PACNEWS
The Minister says as they set their sights on Tokyo 2020 it’s good to see the Pacific enter into other sports events.
more -->
Marina Toribiong made it to Semi Finals in K1 200 meter
RIO DE JANEIRO- Palau’s Marina Toribiong, who this week managed to advance to the semifinals in the women's kayak single 200-meter race before being eliminated, is scheduled to take on her next Olympic challenge this evening, Palau time.
more -->
Rodman Teltull won his Heat in 100 meter Preliminaries
RIO DE JANEIRO — Palau’s Rodman Teltull made Olympic history as the first athlete from his country to pass the preliminary rounds at the Olympics.

“It’s amazing. It’s an honor to represent my country. All I can do is give everything I can and the rest in history,” he said.
more -->

Welcome To The PFA Website

 

Free counters! 

 

Photo Gallery

Sponsor Information