Oceania Swimming

Oceania Swimming

Partnership signed with OSEP
The Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC), through the Oceania Sport Education Program, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Oceania Swimming Association (OSA) in Port Vila, Vanuatu during the Pacific Mini Games.

Pic: Nancy Miyake, OSA Regional Development Officer and Denis Miller, Executive Director, ONOC
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Behind the Scenes of Swimming
Behind the scenes, sitting in the Fiji Swimming office is a small team making sure that everything is in place so Development Officers can focus on delivering fun and educational programs.
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A look into the life of the Pacific's Father of Swimming
This week Oceania Swimming celebrates the UN’s International Volunteer Day, celebrating volunteers all around us who come to our assistance in times of need, help save lives and support people so that they can live their lives in dignity.Today, we turn to a different corner of the Pacific: Micronesia.
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Australia Meets Pacific, Swim Professionals Making a Difference
This week Oceania Swimming celebrates the UN’s International Volunteer Day, celebrating volunteers all around us who come to our assistance in times of need, help save lives and support people so they can live their lives in dignity. Today, we highlight the impact respected professionals from Australian swimming organisations have had on the Pacific.
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Face to Face, the Volunteers who make a difference on the ground
Today marks the UN’s International Volunteer Day. Let’s Swim, funded by the Pacific Sports Partnership under the Australia Government, relies on a network of volunteers to bring water safety and learn to swim to the communities and those who need it most. This week we celebrate those people and their stories. Today, we look at how teachers are making an impact face to face with their students.
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Fiji Swimming 2018 Competition Calendar
Attached is 2018 Fiji Swimming Competition Calendar
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Letter from the OSA Executive - FINA Bureau Update
An update on regional activities and FINA Committees and Panels (2017-2021)
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FINA approves 18 Clinics for Oceania
FINA, the International Swimming Federation, has approved 18 clinics across 10 countries for the 2018 calendar year.
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Pini Swims Under World Record at FINA Masters
THE Papua New Guinea Masters Swim team made history this month by competing for the first time at the 17th FINA World Masters Swimming Championships held in Budapest, Hungary from the 14th to the 20th August 2017. Our two swimmers Ryan Pini and Ashley Seeto who competed at the Championships contested in 5 and 4 events respectively.
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FROM LITTLE THINGS, BIG THINGS GROW
Five years ago when Frank Vira, the Senior Development Officer for Vanuatu Aquatics, began teaching swimming with a group of 11 children he knew it was just the beginning. “I knew it was going to be the start of something good,”
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Positive Sports Coaching

OSFO have partnered with the Oceania Australia Foundation and Matt Scholes of Positive Sports Coaching to create a FREE 30 min online course that introduces Positive Sports Coaching.

This course teaches coaches how to raise the optimism, resilience and wellbeing of their athletes to enable them to reach their potential.

Click Here to complete the course.

Click Here to watch our Launch

OSFO Updates

2015 OSFO/ONOC GENERAL ASSEMBLIES, ASSOCIATED MEETINGS AND WORKSHOPS - GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL, SUVA FIJI - APRIL 29th - MAY 3rd.

April 30th - UNESCO meeting 

May 1st - OSFO General Assembly 9-12

              - Sports marketplace all day

May 2nd - ONOC General Assembly all day

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