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South Pacific Games

Year
Competition
Result
Diff.
Total Points
City
Country
#
2015
South Pacific Games
Fiji
33
7
Samoa
26
40
Port Moresby
Papua New Guinea
1
2013
Mini Pacific Games
Samoa
31
12
Fiji
19
43
Mata-Utu
Wallis & Futuna
2
2011
South Pacific Games
Samoa
21
19
Fiji
2
40
Noumea
New Caledonia
3
2009
Mini Pacific Games
Samoa
36
12
Fiji
24
48
Rarotonga
Cook Islands
4
2007
South Pacific Games
Fiji
26
19
Samoa
7
45
Apia
Samoa
5
2003
South Pacific Games I
Fiji
43
10
Cook Islands
33
53
Suva
Fiji
6

About the South Pacific Games

The Pacific Games are an international sports competition that brings together the 22 States and Territories of the Pacific and they are supervised by the Council of Pacific Games. The primary objective of these Pacific Games is to create links of friendship and brotherhood among the countries of the Pacific, through sports exchanges, without any distinction of race, religion or politics. The first Pacific Games were organized in 1963, in Fiji. Every 4 years, the Games are organized in a member country or territory of the Council of Pacific Games.

The mini-games are the sister competition of the Pacific Games. It is in 1981 that the first mini-games of the Pacific are put in place, with a sports program reduced, in order to allow the States and territories which are not eligible for the organization of the bigger games, yet to host an international sporting event. The mini-games also are held every 4 years, alternately with the major Pacific Games, such as the Olympic Winter and Summer Games.



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