Other Sports

Nukutere College wins AIMS bronze

Thursday September 12, 2019

Nukutere College students Tereapii Akavi and Te Pa O Te Rangi Tupa have won the bronze medal  in the teams badminton at the AIMS Games in New Zealand.

Local surfer eyes world record

Wednesday September 11, 2019

A world-traveled surfer, now living on Rarotonga, is claiming a world surfing record while also seeking to make a point about the power of healthy living. 

Barefoot v shoes in 100m sprint

Wednesday September 11, 2019

About 175 athletes showcased their skills on the track and in the field at the Youth Athletics Championships.

Brush with law nearly dashed dreams

Saturday September 07, 2019

Probationary constable Luisa Peters knows a few things about hard work and pressure having spent the better part of the past decade representing the Cook Islands on the world stage in weightlifting.

Golf war heroes

Saturday September 07, 2019

Aitutaki golfers are quietly confident ahead of next month’s Aitutaki Open, after a strong showing at the recent Constitution Golf Tournament.

Shifty sailing

Thursday September 05, 2019

Shifty winds made for challenging sailing and changing leaders on Muri lagoon for the start of the 2019 National Sunburst Championships.

No spots on these sports kids

Thursday September 05, 2019

As parents pull their children out of the massive AIMS Games amid fears of a measles outbreak, the Cook Islands team is resolute.

Sport top table tennis trio win bronze

Wednesday September 04, 2019

Pa Enua table tennis players have left their mark at the Oceania Junior Championships in Tonga, returning with two bronze medal and one team member qualifying to attend the World Cadet Challenge in Poland next month.

Building better pathways and creating more competition for local athletes is a key focus for Athletics Cook Islands with the Youth Athletics Competition for secondary schools set for Friday this week.

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