Sports Archive February 2023

Weightlifting is one of the individual sports that shows strong prospects for medal contention at the upcoming Pacific Games.

Positive Outlook for Weightlifting

Solomon Islands national ‘weightlifting’ athletes carried out their first Oceania League competition in the country at Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) last Friday.
In order for the coaches to technically communicate well at the upper level Oceania accredited course, SINIS Coach Developer under Portfolio 1 (Combat Sports), Jeffery Pasio said it is good that they (SINIS) are preparing them on this foundation level.

Boxing Foundation Course Conducted at SINIS

A two days ‘Boxing Foundation Course’ is underway at Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS), starting yesterday, Wednesday.
Angelo Schirinzi said he is happy to help country’s beach soccer preparations, adding that the players are very motivated, well engaged and their time together was very fantastic as they have learnt a lot.

SINIS Conducts Technical Course for Beach Soccer

Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) and Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) are working together to develop the national ‘Beach Soccer’ team through technical course.
The Royals were chasing their 3rd consecutive first place finish but finished one point off top spot for the 2022/23 season.

RSIPF Women's Football Team Finishes Second

Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF), Mr. Mostyn Mangau, has congratulated the RSIPF Women’s Football Club on their second place in this season’s Solomon Islands Women’s Premier League.
Building good relationship with schools and their Staff is a priority for the TID SINIS team as they look forward to engage schools through bookings, so that they can try out their talents at the High Performance Centre.

SINIS Visits White River CHS

Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) Talent Identification Department (TID) continues to roll out their awareness program at schools on what the High Performance Centre is about.
National soccer women’s team Coach Batram Suri, speaking to SINIS Media, says that his squad is accessing the High Performance trainings to prepare for the upcoming Pacific Games to be held in the country later this year.

National Women's Soccer Aims for Gold

The national soccer women’s team have started training session at the Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) as of this week, and they are aiming for ‘Gold’ when it comes to this year’s Pacific Games.
The girls hockey team in action at the SINIS sports ground.

Hockey Swings Into Action

Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) held its first in-house hockey competition this week Sunday for year 2023.
Paralympians during the trial yesterday at SINIS sports ground.

Paralympians Final Selection Today

Going through trials reaching yesterday, final selection for the nation’s Paralympians before heading into regional tournament will take place today, Wednesday.
This is part of the build up for the upcoming 17th Pacific Games to be hosted in Solomon Islands later this year between November 19 and December 2.

Taekwondo Kicks Into High Gear

Taekwondo Green vs Blue competition under the Performance Services Team 1 at Solomon Islands National Institute of Sport (SINIS) commences this week Saturday between 8 to 10am at the High Performance Combat facility.
“When Solomon Islands successfully delivers the 2023 Pacific Games, as a country it will be able to showcase a range of venues it has which have the capacity to attract future major events and in turn be able to provide economic development to Solomon Islands and the businesses associated in the country,” Mr Stewart said.

Local Businesses and Communities to Benefit from 2023 Pacific Games

Like any other major event around the world, the 2023 Pacific Games is expected to leave behind long term benefits for local businesses in the Solomon Islands as part of the legacy benefits of hosting the biggest sporting event in the Pacific region.

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