FASANOC would like to thank those that made the Olympic Day Run from Albert Park on June 30th, 2017 an enjoyable and successful day.
To our Presenting Partners, Government's Sport and Wellness Day Organizing Committee, and McDonalds who also donated prizes for participants and Fiji Water for the bottled water for all runners, thank you for making it a special day for everyone.
FASANOC would also like to acknowledge the corporate community including Paradise Beverages, Jack's of Fiji and Asaleo Care for their support in donated prizes for participants that included surprise prizes for fun activities that involved artwork and fun quiz questions.
FASANOC thanks UNITEX for their delivery of t-shirts for volunteers.
Also giving their support was Leylands Ltd that provided the much needed transport.
FASANOC also thanks First Responders for being the medical team on the day and Fulton Hogan for the road cones.
Oceania Athletics Association and Suva Marathon were also on hand to lend their professional help which included an electronic time keeping machine and photo finish camera.
We would also like to thank the volunteers, Voice of the Athletes Champions, Beach Volleyball 2017 Mini Pacific Games Squad Team, and National Sporting Federations for their support.
And a big “VINAKA VAKALEVU” to all the participants that took part and made the Olympic Day Run a special event for 2017.
To the following people thank you for your support in celebrating the 2017 Olympic Day Run and Olympic Values of "Move, Learn and Discover."
ART ON THE GO Volunteers: Wayne O'Connor - Team Leader, Iva Qalikaono, Sarafina Qalikaono, Ledua
SCRIBES Volunteers: Margaret Wong, Vasiti Babitu, Joana Koroirokotuibau, Michelle Takayawa, Litiana Waqabilibili, Vienne Gavo, Marie-Luise Mario, Maraia Nadredre, Emma Ledua, Sanita Onelala, and Sister Ledua
Beach Volleyball Squad Team: Sam Stevens, Fuata Sikiti, Laite Qoro, Patrick Qalo, Sairusi Bainivalu, Jona Sokiveta and FASANOC volunteers: Pateresio Mario and Inoke Niubalavu.
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