CCECC SINIS project Manager, Qi Rongbao, handing over the building keys and certificate to NHA Chair Dr Jimmie Rodgers and Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare.

A Milestone for the Development of Elite Sports in Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands marked history with its first ever Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) High – Performance complex officially commissioned and handed over to the national government on Friday 19th November 2021.
Erecting of pillars and beams 17th September 2020.

Home of Sports Ready for Official Handover

Exactly 2 years before the 2023 Pacific Games - the China Civil Engineering Construction (CCECC) will officially handover the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) High – Performance Center facility to the Solomon Islands Government (SIG) this Friday 19th November at Panatina, East Honiara.
President of the SPOL Avaiki rugby club, Mr. Barry Pugeva, says the 7s tournament is about strengthening the bond, partnership, and friendship in the sport of Rugby.

SPOL Avaiki 7s Kicks Off Today

The South Pacific Oil (SPOL) Avaiki 7s is set to kick off today.
“The postponement is to honour and show our respect to the East Bellona community who lost one of their loved ones on Tuesday."

Game 2 of Warriors Clash Postponed

The much-awaited game two of the Off-Season Challenge between Honiara based Malaita Crusaders Rugby Club and Eastern Highlanders of Bellona, has been rescheduled for Tuesday 26th October, 2021.
Bond University students will work closely with SISLI to prescribe fitness and training modules and maximize athletic performance.

Bond University Boosting Solomon Islands’ Bid to Top the 2023 Pacific Games

A new partnership between Australia's Bond university and Solomon Islands Sport Leadership Institute (SISLI) will involve Bond Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science students analyzing athletes across 30 sports, ticking off everything from injury prevention to physiological requirements.