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Gymnastic clinics allow local kids a “taste” of a new sport

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The week long free gymnastics clinics that were held by Oceania Gymnastics Development Manager Brooke Kneebush of Australia came to an end yesterday at the Department of Youth and Women’s Affairs (DYWA) Youth Center where the clinics took place.

 



Manu Samoa will have to step up against Fiji

The Manu Samoa captain admits his side has a lot of work to do if they are to beat Fiji in the final of the World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup 2015 on Monday.

Manu Samoa needed a try on the stroke of full-time to snatch a 21-20 victory over hosts Canada, to earn a place in the final.

The Manu Samoa captain, Alesana Tuilagi, says they will have to step up their game against Fiji.



THS senior competes at mainland football camps

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THS senior competes at mainland football camps
 
Local high school standout football player Frederick Mauigoa from Tafuna High School, who will be a senior this coming school year, has been making waves on the football field stateside recently, competing at various football combines across the US with some of the best high school players in the nation.
 



SWIMMING: TO DEVELOPE AS A LOCAL SPORT — NEEDS — YOU GOT IT, A POOL

Open waters are fine, but for serious training… says XV PG’s Swimming coach
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Team Amerika Samoa’s swimming coach and trainer for the XV Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea this year, Bill Sakovich is sending a friendly request to Governor Lolo Matalasi Moliga and the American Samoa Government (ASG), to please build a swimming pool facility to train our local swimmers for the upcoming Pacific Games in 2019.

 



American Samoa Unified Special Olympics soccer team ready to compete

Oxnard, California — July 24, 2015 — After four days of fun and festive activities with host town Oxnard, California, the American Samoa athletes are ready to compete at the Special Olympics LA World Games 2015.
 
“From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you very much for being great hosts and for the many fun activities you provided for us,” said Tafaimamao Tua-Tupuola, chairperson of SOAS during an emotional farewell breakfast with Oxnard city officials on Friday, July 24, 2015.
 



Samoa Rugby Union names new C.E.O

Faleomavaega Vincent Fepulea’i is now officially the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O) of the Samoa Rugby Union.

The man who had been acting as the Interim C.E.O, who played a vital role in preparing the country for the biggest test match to be hosted by Samoa, now has the task of taking the Union into the future, with all the challenges that come with the job.

Faleomavaega’s appointment was confirmed last night by the Samoa Rugby Union in a statement.

“The Samoa Rugby Union wishes to announce the appointment of Faleomavaega Vincent Fepulea’i as its new C.E.O,” the statement reads.



Samoa and Fiji draw in thrilling encounter

Samoa and Fiji turned on the attacking flair but couldn't be separated as their tense Pacific Nations Cup encounter ended in a 30-30 draw on Saturday at Bonney Field, Sacramento.

Just as they did against New Zealand Maori in Suva recently, Fiji started with a scoring blitz but fitness and fatigue let them down with Samoa launching a storming comeback.

Leone Nakarawa, Metuisela Talebula and Gabiriele Lovobalavu all scored for the flying Fijians, who led 17-10 at halftime.

Samoa, however, had won the last three contests against Fiji and refused to give in.



Sign up for 4x4 Handball

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Team Handball, which is one of the fastest growing sports worldwide, including in the United States, is also growing right here in our own backyard. With the combined athletic abilities and techniques of basketball, baseball, rugby, hockey, lacrosse, wrestling and water polo, it is one of the most competitive and entertaining games in the world.
 



Manu Samoa feels at home in the California heat

The Californian heat is making the Manu Samoa rugby team feel right at home ahead of this weekend's Pacific Nations Cup clash with Fiji in Sacramento.

Both teams made a winning start to their PNC campaigns at the weekend, with Samoa beating the USA in San Jose and Fiji holding off Tonga in Suva.

Temperatures in the Californian capital have hit a high of 100 degrees this week, but Samoan hooker Manu Leiataua says the players aren't complaining.



Muay Thai fighter Deutsch Puu cedes Super Heavyweight belt to CJ Leveque

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American Samoa professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and professional Muay Thai fighter Deutsch Puu stepped into the Muay Thai ring this past Saturday night to fight for the Muay Thai Global (MTG) Super Heavyweight championship belt (265 lbs +). The fight took place at the Red Lion Woodlake Hotel and Conference Center in Sacramento, California.
 



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