Other Sports

Great year coming up for badminton

Friday January 12, 2018

Last year was a memorable one for badminton, and 2018 promises to be just as entertaining for the popular sport.

Tennis Cook Islands got off to a perfect start to their 2018 season with youngster Jesse “Bumble” Toa achieving a Pacific first in an event in Melbourne, Australia this week.

Weightlifter Philippa Woonton is in Rarotonga for a short holiday before getting back to the grind in preparation for the Commonwealth Games in April.

Sailing duo competing in Brisbane

Thursday January 04, 2018

Young sailors Helene Johnson and TeAkauo Framhein are in Australia taking part in the domestic and international competitions in Brisbane.

Tennis pleased with 2017 achievements

Wednesday January 03, 2018

Tennis Cook Islands’ development programme is expected to reach another level with a strong line up of younger players set to break into the national squad next year.

CISNOC hails 2017 as a good year

Wednesday January 03, 2018

Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee (CISNOC) secretary general Robert Graham has hailed the national federations and their athletes for their show of determination and courage at international events this year.

Sopoaga defends mate SBW

Friday December 29, 2017

All Blacks first-five Lima Sopoaga has come to the defence of Sonny Bill Williams after he copped criticism on social media recently.

Arena closure ‘an inconvenience’

Wednesday December 27, 2017

Next year’s six-month closure of the Bluesky Sports Arena for renovations will require sports teams to relocate during their 2018 season.

Tennis team impresses in NZ

Friday December 22, 2017

Youngster Teakaiti Toa recorded excellent results at the Auckland Xmas Junior Tennis Tournament which finished in New Zealand yesterday.

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