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Twenty-seven coaches graduate from 11th edition of International Coaching Enrichment Certification Program

The three participants were honored with the top-class project award, for the following projects: “Development of Coaching Framework to Formalize Beach Volleyball in the Marshall Islands,” Darcyann Muller; “Developing a Level One Gymnastics Coach Curriculum and Certification Program for St Vincent and the Grenadines,” Laprise Harris Williams; and “Team PNG Elite Performance Coach Education Program in Papua New Guinea,” Chris Amini.

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IOC President visits Guam

Guam National Olympic Committee (GNOC) President and ONOC Secretary General Rick Blas welcomed Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee, Guam on May 10-11. Rick Blas, Guam National Olympic Committee President, says Bach met with our stakeholders, Governor Lou Leon Guerrero, Guam’s national teams, future athletes and tour GNOC and sports facilities while on island.

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IOC President Bach visit Palau

During his short visit, Bach will be welcomed by the Palau NOC President Frank Kyota and Secretary General, Palau NOC/IOC member Baklai Temengil, andsports leaders and athletes. Bach will meet with President Tommy E. Remengesau, jr. of Palau. He will visit with athletes and sports facilities.

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CISNOC Athletes Commission Outreach

In partnership with CISNOC, the Anti-Doping & Athletes Commission delivered their programme to Team Cook Islands athletes as a build up to the Pacific Games - Samoa. Over 200 athletes part took in the 2 evening workshop engaging with the messages delivered from both Commissions.

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IOC President and Prime Minister witness signing of MOU

With the International Olympic Committee President, Thomas Bach and the Prime Minister and Minister for Sport, Peter O’Neill in attendance, the PNG Olympic Committee and the Government body responsible for sport in Papua New Guinea, the PNG Sports Foundation, signed an MOU capturing areas of cooperation for the two organizations.

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USP and ONOC Collaboration

This scholarship is a collaboration between USP and the Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) and is designed to build the research capacity at USP in line with the University’s strategic research themes, strengthen the evidence base on the contribution of sport to sustainable development, and inform policy development and regional investments in and through sports in Pacific Island countries.

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Best Practice Symposium, XXXIX ONOC Annual General Assembly

The Symposium provided a platform for all delegates to explore and discuss contemporary issues across the sector including governance and integrity, financial compliance, strengthening Olympic systems and processes, sports education and high performance. During the symposium, presentations were delivered by industry experts, InternationalOlympic Committee(IOC), and National Olympic Committees’ sharing best practice.

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Oceania Long Term Athlete Development Symposium

The symposium is in line with ONOC’s Strategic Plan (2018 – 2021) four core functions, namely, Building and Strengthening NOC Capacity, Cultivating regional and global partnerships, Contributing towards sporting excellence and leading by example.

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Fiji National Sport Commission (FNSC) officially is an OSEP training provider

ONOC through its training and development arm, the Oceania Sports Education Program (OSEP) is delighted to partner the Fiji National Sports Commission Fiji National Sports Commission (FNSC) to form a platform for the delivery of training programs for community sport administrators and coaches including the grass roots. A partnership agreement was signed last week (Tues 14/8/18) between the Fiji National Sports Commission and the Oceania Sports Education Program (OSEP) paving the way for this collaboration to begin in Fiji.

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