Vanuatu

Anolyn Lulu

Sport: Table Tennis

Anolyn started playing table tennis in 1995 and first represented Vanuatu in 1999 at the South Pacific Games where she won silver in the team and bronze in doubles. Since then she has competed for Vanuatu at several Pacific Games most recently winning Gold in the team and doubles events.more

2011 STOP HIV Champions

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Hamlyn Lulu

Ham (as he is fondly known) is a national table tennis representative.  The sport runs through the veins of his family, as his sister is a former national coach and current representative for table tennis also.

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Stacey Stephanie Sandy

Stacey is the youngest of the 2011 STOP HIV Champions.  She is a national netball representative.

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Francis Runa

Francis is a national representative in the sport of archery.  He represented Vanuatu at the 2011 Pacific Games held in Noumea.

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Taniky Tulangi

Taniky is a national netball representative and joins Stacey as one of the youngest leaders, role models and STOP HIV Champions. 

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Stanford Bule

Stanford is a national basketball representative and has represented Vanuatu at a number of regional competitions.

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Jeffrey Erick

Jeffrey is a national athletics representative, specializing in middle distances.

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Rocky Tuku

Rocky represented Vanuatu in rugby.

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Vanuatu STOP HIV Champions

Three National Reps have been appointed as STOP HIV Champions - Anolyn Lulu, Table Tennis, Moses Kamut, Athletics and Henriette Iatika, Beach Volleyball.more

Henriette Iatika

Sport: Beach Volleyball

Henriette started playing Beach Volleyball in 2006 and was selected in the National squad to represent Vanuatu. From 2007 she has won silver in the Oceania Championships, Bronze in the South Pacific Games and went on to represent Vanuatu in 2008 and 2009 including a gold Medal at the Oceania Champs and making the second round in the FIVB tour in Australia, China and Thailand.more

Moses Kamut

Moses is the current Vanuatu record holder in 100m (10.64s) and 200m (21.54s) and has represented Vanuatu in the Athens and Beijing Olympics, two world championships, two commonwealth games, the South Pacific and Pacific Mini Games.more
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