Being A Champion For Her Family Playing cricket requires patience and an understanding of a sport that was played by gentlemen, which is why Silipa Raratabu relishes the challenges of the sport.
STOP Targets Cricket Sports Training and Outreach Programme champions Silipa Raratabu and Joana Lesianawai used the Easter Cricket tournament that was held at Albert Park to advocate on heal...
STOP Advocates At Oceania Table Tennis Championship FASANOC's Sports Training and Outreach Programme Champions showed commitment to advocacy during the four day ITTF Oceania Championship held at the Vodafone Arena in Suva...
STOP Awareness in Navakai & Ba FASANOC's Sports, Training and Outreach Programme (STOP) Champions continued to advocate against Non-Communicable Diseases, HIV/AIDS and its Play True programme.

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Shooter Quintyn Encourages Through Positivity

The competitive sport of shooting is not one you would associate with healthy living but 2017 Sports and Training Outreach Champion Quintyn Stephen is hoping to change that.
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STOP Champion Mere Faces Challenges Head-On

Although Table Tennis rep Mere Roden is a Paralympian she still faces daily challenges because of her disability and the lack of appropriate infrastructure for wheelchair users.
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Jone Fights Depression Through Sports

A severe accident left Jone Bogidrau an amputee and suffering from a self-doubt which swiftly turned to depression for over five years but sports bought about a new outlook on life.
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Being A Sports Ambassador Makes Polly Proud

Being able to represent the country overseas has been a privilege and honour that Apolonia Vaivai always looks forward to.
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Vision & The Right Attitude Makes A Champion

Having a vision is important, but what is more important is having the right attitude every day to ultimately achieve the goals necessary to make that vision a reality, a rule Team Fiji Karateka Joji Veremalua lives by.
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Annette Is Daring To Change Mind-Sets

Being able to change perspectives and mind-sets is what drives Annette Nainima who is one of the newest members of the Sports Training and Outreach Programme otherwise known as STOP Champions.
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Champions Advised On Life After Sports

Retirement from sport is inevitable which is why Sports Training and Outreach Programme (STOP) Champions were taken through a programme that would help them with career transition.
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2017 STOP Champions Undergo Training

FASANOC Sports Training and Outreach Programmes Champions for 2017 were handed the tools to ensure that they would advocate and inform the public on the dangers of Non-Communicable Diseases, Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV/AIDS.
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Interested In Being A Champ?

FASANOC’S STOP Program is inviting former or current National Sports Representatives, interested in becoming a STOP Champion for 2017.
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VOA Champions Thankful

FASANOC's Voice Of The Athletes Champions program conducted their last outreach of the year 2016 at the FIBA U18 Oceania Basketball Championship held in Suva, Fiji last week.
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FASANOC's VOA Attend Oceania Beach Volleyball

FASANOC's Voices Of the Athletes champions continued to advocate against Non-Communicable Diseases, anti-doping and about the environment at the recent Oceania Beach Volleyball tournament on the November 20th to the 26th, 2016.
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STOP Engages Athletes

Close to 150 people are now more informed about the dangers of Non-Communicable Disease as well as anti-doing and the Go Green program after an outreach by FASANOC's STOP Champions.
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STOP Advocates During Diamond Jubilee

While Old Girls from one of the country's prestigious were celebrating 60 years of existence, FASANOC's Sports Training Outreach Program or STOP was also on hand to impart tips on healthy living.
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STOP Champions, Drug Free Sports Fiji and Hoops For Health Join Forces

FASANOC's STOP programme was successful in advocating to more than 950 students, athletes and members of the public during the three day Coca-Cola games held between the 27th to the 29th of April, 2016 on the effects of drugs in sports, Non Communicable Diseases and HIV/AIDS.
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STOP Champions Advocate Over The Easter Weekend

A total of 750 athletes involved in volleyball, hockey and basketball were informed of the dangers of HIV and Non-Communicable Diseases and the need to live a better healthier lifestyle over the weekend by STOP Champions.
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From Soccer To The Oval Ball

Rugby is relatively new for Viniana Naisaluwaki Riwai who started playing soccer as a teenager back in her home town of Labasa.
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Litia Remembers Parents Struggle

Litia Naiqato is fast becoming synonymous with Team Fijiana Rugby team, with her menacing hits and her offloads often reminding people current Team Fiji 7's rep Semi Kunatani.
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STOP Champions Advocate To More Than 600 Athletes

Being able to play a part in the fight against HIV/AIDS and NCD's is what has motivated FASANOC's STOP Champions every time they go on an outreach.
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STOP Continues Fight On World AIDS Day

Today is World AIDS Day and FASANOC's STOP Program will continue to play its role and advocate against HIV/AIDS and NCD's in the country through its STOP Champions.
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Fiji Volleyball Wins International Award

Fiji Volleyball Federation has been awarded with the Sport Federation Governing Body of the Year in London, England.
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Energetic Leah Embraces Role

Armed with an energetic spirit and willingness to learn, Team Fiji Basketballer Leah Seru has become one of the newest graduates of FASANOC's STOP Programme.
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FASANOC Bids Farewell To Prominent Sports Figure

FASANOC would like to express its deepest condolences to Mrs Susie Yee and members of the Yee family after the untimely passing of prominent sports administrator Paul Yee.
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Be Proactive says William

Being a STOP Champion means taking a proactive approach in life says Team Fiji Basketball representative William Qounadovu.
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Women Enjoy Walk and Talk

More than 300 people turned up at Thurston Botanical Gardens in Suva for this year’s FASANOC Women In Sports Walk and Talk event.
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Tragedy Shapes Stop Champion Tessa

Tragedy has shaped Tessa Harman into the STOP Champion that she is today. The 20-year-old Lesiaceva, Cakaudrove lass said the loss of her mother made her want to make people more aware about NCD's and the effect it could have on them and their families.
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Team Fiji Makes Donation To Home

Residents of the Golden Age Home, Natabua have benefited from a donation from Team Fiji over the weekend.
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FASANOC President Advocates Sports

FASANOC and STOPHIV/NCD Programme were invited to be part of a three day National Youth and Sports Conference at the FMF Gymnasium in Suva.
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Matelita Actions Defines Her

Team Fiji Football Women's representative Matelita Vuakoso wants to ensure that her actions as a STOP Champion will reflect well on her and her national federation.
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STOP Champions Advocate At Hockey Tourney

The 2015 STOP Champions were given an opportunity to showcase what they had learnt over the past month at the Geotech International Marist Eastgate Open Tournament at the Hockey Turf in Suva.
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Francis Willing To Learn

A willingness to learn and educate is what drove Team Fiji athlete Francis Tui Kirikirikula to become a STOP Champion.
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Passionate Steph Champions Healthy Living And Sports

There are some people that just enter a room and you could feel a positive, bubbly and confident vibe just radiating in buckets. Stephanie Franet is one such person.
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Women In Sports Walk and Talk Day

FASANOC’s Fiji Women In Sports Commission is organizing a walk and talk day on Saturday the 3rd of October, 2015.
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Mum's Influence Pays Off

Following in mum's footsteps is what inspired Tailah Ah Yuk to join the STOP Programme and make a difference.
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Hector Wants To Set Good Example

Setting a good example for his children is why Hector Smith Junior wants to be a STOP Champion.
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Joana Wants To Give Back

Her passion not only involves sports but also giving back what she has learned to the community is something she feels is an obligation and she hopes to achieve this as a STOP Champion.
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Adrian Hopes To Make A Change

Being a STOP Champion means a lot and being given that opportunity is one that Team Fiji Hockey rep Adrian Smith has grasped with both hands.
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