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The History so far.....
For many years ONOC included Regional Federations in their annual assembly to promote a cooperative approach to development of sport in the Oceania region. This was a successful initiative and gave rise to the forming of OSFO, the Olympic Sports Federations of Oceania as an outcome of the 2002 meeting in PNG. Since then OSFO has worked to increase its identity, profile and role at these meetings.
Officially, the Olympic Sports Federations of Oceania was established in Brisbane in March 2005. At a meeting attended by 20 regional sports federations, it was decided that an official body should be formed to represent the interests of members in the region. A constitution was passed, membership criteria established and a commitment made to meet annually during the ONOC assembly.
The following meetings have been held since:
2006 - Nadi - Fiji
2007 - Apia - Samoa
2008 - Nadi - Fiji
2009 - Queenstown - New Zealand
2010 - Nadi - Fiji
2011 - Noumea - New Caledonia
2012 - Suva - Fiji
2013 - Nadi - Fiji
2014 - Guam
2015 - Suva Fiji
Small group discussion between sports and NOCs at the 5th General Assembly in Queestown New Zealand
Pictured: John Tarkong - Oceania Wrestling and Scott Houston - Oceania Table Tennis