Cook Islands is represented by a lone athlete at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) which is started earlier this week in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A team of 11 athletes will represent the Cook Islands at the Blue Lake One Canoe Sprints to be held this weekend at Lake Tikitapu in Rotorua, New Zealand.
Sisters Adoniah and Keziah Lewis are living their dreams playing professional basketball for UK-based club Newcastle Eagles team in the Women's British Basketball League. Prior to joining the Eagles, the duo were playing in Italy. In an exclusive interview with CINews, the sisters talk about their experience in Italy and their future on the basketball court.
Apii Avarua is likely to retain the Prince of Wales trophy after putting in a strong performance in the annual Prince of Wales Athletics Championships yesterday.
While the gymnasts of the Cook Islands may not yet be competing on the world stage, Raukura Ellison is helping to give the country a voice on the international stage at a governance level.
50 brave individuals set off yesterday afternoon to conquer the famous 8.5-kilometre Nutters Run as part of the Round Rarotonga Road Race festival.
A large number of local athletes took part in both the 31-kilometre and 10-kilometre events as part of the Island Car and Bike Hire 41st Round Rarotonga Road Race on Saturday.