Anolyn Lulu

Sports Development Officer: 2004 to current

Sports played: Table Tennis

Contribution to sports:

National Rep

1999 SPG Guam, 2003 SPG Fiji, 2004 Oceania Champs New Zealand, 2005 SPMG Palau, 2006 Commonwealth Games, 2006 Oceania Champs Australia, 2007 SPG Samoa, 2008 Oceania Champs Tahiti, 2008 Olympic Games, Beijing, 2009 Pacific Mini Games Cook Islands .

Other comments:

She was the assistant coach for the Pacific Junior Talent Team to China in 2005, Assistant girls coach at the World Cadet Challenge in Santo Domingo in 2005, Girls coach at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney 2007, Team Manager, player at the 2006 Commonwealth games, Team manager and coach, player at the 2005 Mini games in Palau, Team manager, player at the 2007 SPG in Samoa.

After the recent Pacific Mini Games in Cooks Island when she won 2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze, she received a special recognition award from VASANOC as "The Most Outstanding Athlete of Team Vanuatu of the Decade (1999 - 2009)" for winning 5 Gold Medals in 4 consecutive Pacific Games from 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009.

Anolyn is a member of the Oceania Table Tennis Federation Executive Board and the only woman in the board. She is also the Oceania Women's Representative to the International Table Tennis Federation Women's Working Group.



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Yoshua Shing first athlete from Vanuatu to Qualify on Merit for the RIO Olympic Games

Competitions and Events for him to attend before RIO

Australian Open (World Tour) &  ITTF-Oceania Cup June 8th-14th

Olympic Games in Rio 5th-21st August