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The Storyteller - Pacific Games History
VASANOC is immensely grateful to Pacific Games broadcaster and historian Bob Snow for his dedication and hard work in compiling all this information on the history of the Pacific Games.
The Path to 2017 has ignited the Spirit Within
Team Vanuatu heads to Nouméa, Wallis & Futuna and Port Moresby on the path to hosting the 2017 Pacific Mini Games.
Building Momentum in the New Millennium
The 2007 Pacific Games were held in Apia, Samoa and Vanuatu took advantage of the closer destination, sending a larger team than to previous Pacific Games.
Team Vanuatu and the New Millennium
The first Pacific Mini Games of the new millennium was held on Norfolk Island in 2001.
Vanuatu Boxing took the lead in Pago Pago
In the 1997 Mini Games in American Samoa, it was Boxing which lead the way for Team Vanuatu.
Tahiti and 1995 was a troubled time in the French Pacific
Tahiti hosted the next South Pacific Games in 1995, but it was under somewhat of a cloud.
Vanuatu hosts its first Mini Pacific Games
Welcome to the Golden 1990s, as Vanuatu experienced a huge increase in the number of not only gold medals but in the number of medals overall.
New Decade – Newly Independent Nation
Vanuatu burst into the 1980s with a new multi-sport games, new national name, newly won Independence and renewed optimism.
New decade brings new challenges
New Hebrides - as Vanuatu was once known - had a bumpy start to the new decade after it was unable to initially replicate the success of Port Moresby in 1969.
1963 is when it all began!
The first Pacific Games and first Medals were awarded in Suva in 1963 at the inaugural multi-sport event called the South Pacific Games.
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